Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht worked a shift as a celebrity bartender in 2010 for a charity event at Giorgio, a restaurant on Cary Parkway. If the “brunch bill” passes, local city and county officials would be able to vote on whether to allow restaurants to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays. News & Observer file photo.
Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht worked a shift as a celebrity bartender in 2010 for a charity event at Giorgio, a restaurant on Cary Parkway. If the “brunch bill” passes, local city and county officials would be able to vote on whether to allow restaurants to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays. News & Observer file photo. TED RICHARDSON TED RICHARDSON
Cary Mayor Harold Weinbrecht worked a shift as a celebrity bartender in 2010 for a charity event at Giorgio, a restaurant on Cary Parkway. If the “brunch bill” passes, local city and county officials would be able to vote on whether to allow restaurants to serve alcohol before noon on Sundays. News & Observer file photo. TED RICHARDSON TED RICHARDSON

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