That one last call for alcohol could come around 4 a.m. if Michigan lawmakers approve a new bill to extend drinking hours.
For the first time in nearly 60 years, Oak Park restaurants will be able to serve beer and wine by the glass.
The Oak Park City Council will vote to allow the sale of beer and wine, which has not been allowed since 1945.
New state rules that would allow craft brewers in Michigan to have off-premise tasting rooms and provide free samples are among sweeping changes to liquor control rules being sent to Gov. Rick Snyder.
It might soon be legal to sell liquor in Michigan on Sunday mornings.