Mayor Reed signs temporary order to keep Atlanta bars open later after Super Bowl 2017

Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. /(HENRY TAYLOR / HENRY.TAYLOR@AJC.COM)

Cheer on the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday. /(HENRY TAYLOR / HENRY.TAYLOR@AJC.COM)

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed is giving you the opportunity to either celebrate or drown your sorrows Sunday night after the Super Bowl, depending on the outcome.

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Reed signed a temporary executive order allowing bars in the Atlanta city limits to sell alcohol from 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 5 to 2:30 a.m. Monday, Feb. 6.

See the complete order here:

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