Tallinn City Government has approved limiting alcohol sales at “entertainment facilities” from June 1 next year, Baltic News Service reports.
The regulations do however need to pass a vote at the council chamber.
Retail sale of alcohol at such facilities, principally bars, restaurants, pubs, nightclubs etc., would be prohibited from 2 a.m. to 6 a.m. on “school nights”, i.e. Sunday to Thursday and most other nights preceding a work day On Friday and Saturday nights, through to Saturday and Sunday mornings, sales can continue an hour later, to 3 a.m., then being barred until 7 a.m.
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