Here are all of the places you can publicly booze in the US (12 Photos)
Beale St, Memphis, TN
This is the only place in Tennessee immune to their open container law.
Savannah Historic District of Savannah, GA
That smooth southern drawl probably comes from the fact that they’re all getting sauced in public. Just make sure your drink is in a plastic cup and you don’t have more than 16 oz.
As long as you’re not throwing one back in the streets between the hours of 2am and 8am, you can see the sights while you sip.
New Orleans, LA
Hand Grenades, Fish Bowl Punch and Hurricanes are all welcome out in the open, as long as they’re in a plastic cup.
The Power and Light District of Kansas City, MO
This is an 8-block mega-complex of shopping and entertainment, and plastic cups filled with booze are welcome on their streets.
East Aurora, NY
There are no open container laws in this sleepy little New York town.
For those who love wine, beer and antiquing, the main district of Fredericksburg is just for you. You can drink publicly here, but make sure to stay in the shopping areas, it’s the only area you definitely won’t get in trouble.
Nowhere in the entire city has any open container rules, you can go wild.
Hood River, OR
Though the state’s open container laws only apply to drinking in motor vehicles, the only city without an open container ban is Hood River.
Clark County, NV
Clark County includes the Las Vegas strip, where you can drown your gambling sorrows publicly. Just don’t drink within 1000 feet of the liquor store you bought your bottle from.
Sonoma Plaza, CA
The wine mecca features an 8-acre park where you can let your vino flag fly without worrying about getting in trouble.
While technically still not legal, Manhattan announced quietly on Tuesday that people will no longer be arrested for public consumption of alcohol. Instead it will be a significantly less offense, and will only result in a fine. Another offense that got knocked down? Public urination.