The blue law against selling alcohol on Sundays has ended in Warner Robins, Perry and Centerville.
City councils in all three Houston County cities voted to start Sunday alcohol sales Sunday, November 27th.
In Centerville, people could already buy alcohol by the drink on Sundays.
A November referendum allowed voters to decide if alcohol should be sold on Sundays.
The sales will start at 12:30 p.m. and end at 11:30 p.m. on Sundays.
In Warner Robins at Buffalo's Cafe, the manager Matt Dick said, "Were pretty pumped up about it."
He said in previous years they lost business on Sundays to restaurants across Watson Boulevard in Centerville. That's no longer the case.
Dick said, "We are doing a lot of stuff to get ready for this weekend. Ordering extra beer. There will be $5 pitchers, $5 margaritas."
The Sunday alcohol sales law change is also affecting the Warner Robins Police Department.