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By Adrian Burns, The Augusta Chronicle, Ga. Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Feb. 4--Local bars rule the roost when it comes to getting a stiff drink, most of the time.
But no matter how popular an establishment might be Monday through Saturday, Georgia law says bars must close on the Sabbath.
But, the law also says that restaurants that generate at least 50 percent of their sales from food can serve alcohol on Sunday nights.
That exception has turned a day that in times of yore was hardly an opportunity for revelry into a business bonus for many local eateries.
Sometimes more alcohol is served on Sunday nights at T.G.I. …