Labor Day weekend is the time to celebrate the end of summer with backyard cookouts and weekend getaways. This federal holiday always falls on the first Monday in September, dedicated to the laborers of the U.S and the American labor movement. In case you find yourself running low on burgers or condiments on Labor Day, it's important to know which stores are open on Labor Day.
Stores Open on Labor Day
While some will be closed for the holiday, a number of retailers will remain open for all of your day-off needs. From drugstores to grocery stores to convenience stores, there are options for last-minute Labor Day shopping. However, most liquor stores across the country will be closed by law, so it's best to stock up on your cocktail needs the day before unless you're in a state that allows liquor stores to stay open on national holidays.
To be on the safe side, call your local store to check the store hours before you head out, since not all locations will have regular hours. Just like on Memorial Day, New Year's Day, Easter and Independence Day, some stores will have reduced holiday hours to give their employees time to enjoy the holiday.
Because of the safety measures during the Coronavirus Pandemic, many stores also have curbside pickup, providing a contact-free way to shop for what you need. To do this, simply head to the website or app of the store you're visiting, and choose the curbside pickup option when checking out.
As provided by RetailMeNot, here's a list of all the stores open this Labor Day: