Gone are the days when alcohol was only available at a bar or liquor store.
Some suburban retailers, such as a jewelry store, salon and even a funeral home, are getting in on the action.
Erin Hegarty, of the Daily Herald, talked about her Sunday story about the non-traditional businesses who have sought liquor licenses.
Read the full story in the Daily Herald's Sunday edition at news stands, or online at www.dailyherald.com.
Daily Herald: Booze not just for bars anymore