California’s nightlife just took a huge turn! The last call for clubs and bars is at 2AM has been pushed back to 4AM!

Last call for alcohol service is known to be 2AM all around clubs and bars, but a bill pushed by California Senator Scott Wiener, has just changed the last call to 4AM!

Earlier this year Senator Wiener introduced his a campaign for his bill called “Let Our Communities Adjust Late Night Act.” The bill proposes that each municipality within the state, be given authority to choose the hour of their last call, even as late as 4AM.

“Nightlife matters a lot, culturally and economically, and it’s time to allow local communities more flexibility.” – Senator Scott Wiener

The bill has officially been passed in the Senate, “allowing, but not requiring local communities to let their bars and nightclubs serve alcohol until 4AM”.

The key words in this bill are “not requiring,” meaning, although local bars and clubs are able to have last call at 4AM, they can choose not to, allowing them to decide their own time to stop the alcohol from flowing. The passed bill will now move to Assembly for a review and a vote before reaching the governor for final word.

This is a big step for the nightlife scene. It seems like clubs and bars will be making more profit, as well as companies like Uber & Lyft. Time will only tell which municipalities will adjust their hours!

How do you feel about this new change? Comment below!

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29 Responses

  1. Anonymous

    More carless drunks on the street. Lives at risk deaths and of course donate your money for the DUI

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    • Anonymous

      Making last call at 4 am is good because the revenue of course. Also less ppl are on the road at 4 am. Which means less accidents. I think it’s a good idea.

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  2. To

    Stupid. People are still behind bars for selling pot, which is less harmful than alcohol. LSD or DMT(which is produced in our brains) are still illegal. But it’s convenient to change drug laws when it’s profitable. Fuck you.

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  3. Tom

    Stupid. People are still behind bars for selling pot, which is less harmful than alcohol. LSD or DMT(which is produced in our brains) are still illegal. But it’s convenient to change drug laws when it’s profitable. Fuck you.

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  4. Anonymous

    Whoa!!! I mean really, whoa. SF is gonna be a shitstorm of drunk bros everywhere, every night… until the dawn. Good god.

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  5. Anonymous

    I think this is the stupidest idea I’ve ever heard about there’s going to be so many accidents & deaths 😢😢😢😢😢😢😢😢

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    • Anonymous

      I disagree. The only change will be less people on the road at 4 am to hit. Less accidents and more revenue.

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  6. Anonymous

    More alcoholics & crime. Beware. If people were responsible, but most likely it probably won’t have good positive results.

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  7. Anonymous

    Let’s let the #1 cause of death in our state go on for 2 more hours, but God forbid our citizen conceal carry…. more insanity from our governors office.

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  8. Mayra

    This is fantastic!!!! NO there will NOT be more drunk drivers!!! Everyone that thinks this is RIDICULOUS!!!! If someone is going to get behind the wheel intoxicated, they’ll do it AT ANY TIME!!! Not just past 2am!

    I love it! Good job!!

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  9. Candice

    This has to be the dumbest bill ever. Leave it to a man to push this bill. Just makes our streets even more dangerous and makes room for more crime. I pray to God this doesnt pass. More lives will be lost. Weiner is an idiot

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    • Anonymous

      “Leave it to a man” bitches be stupid these days. Lmfaoooo

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  10. Sarah

    Should have made it until 6am, so getting home is safer in the light.

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  11. JKL

    Just another way the world is getting worse and worse. It’s bad enough alcoholics are drinking and driving at 2am. Now people have to watch out while they are trying to get to work and avoiding more and more drunks on the road.. sad sad sad sad😥🙅

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  12. Anonymous

    If they pass this then they have to extend Muni and BART hours to fill the transit need for those staying out late. Doesn’t make sense to keep bars open late if you still reduce or end mass transit at midnight.

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  13. Rob G

    I hope the drunks meander over to WeenieButt Wiener’s neighborhood and piss, defecate and vomit on his porch and driveway!

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  14. Anonymous

    disgraceful. you really need to be out till 4 am getting even more drunk to drive home and pissibly injure others.

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  15. kbc

    People that think there are less cars on the road at 4 am haven’t driven in LA at that time for awhile. 4 am is now the starting of commuters… I know, as I have been driving between 4 and 5 with five as my usual. Traffic now sucks 24/7 in LA! Even “Friday lite” rarely exists now. If this passes, there’s gonna be an increase in DUI fatal accidents!

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  16. miggi

    Flexibility for bars is good for business. But the bartender should know when to cut someone off and that should be enforced alot more than it is now! If this bill passes people will be able to buy their own bottles for two more hours and possess the ability to cause more mayhem. Late night workers and early birds be ware!

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