Governor Charlie Baker has signed a bill allowing restaurants to sell mixed drinks to-go…finally! There are, of course, rules — bevvies must be sold in sealed containers and can only be purchased with food in limited quantities before midnight. You can read the whole bill here to get all the details if you are so inclined but the general gist is this: you can soon be sipping your favorite craft cocktails from the comfort of home. Here are a bunch of tantalizing to-go cocktails that are already available for take-out. Pick your poison and place your order asap.
Order some craft cocktails from the team at Alcove and booze up your next Zoom call with your pals. Tom Schlesinger-Guidelli 's West End spot has added a smattering of their signature drinks to go with their take-out offerings.
Bambara has bottled some of their most well-loved drinks so you can take them with you. Cocktails that made the cut include the Bambara Buck and the Orchid Spritz, both available in single servings, as well as the Black Forest Old Fashioned, which is portioned for two if you want to make it a double.
They've got spritzes, negronis, gimlets and more at Bar Mezzana at Ink Block. Take your pick and place your order to have a refreshing adult beverage designed to pair perfectly with chef-owner Colin Lynch's coastal Italian eats.
Both the South End and Brookline locations of Burro Bar are offering an array of margaritas available to go. Choose from classic, cucumber- and jalapeno-infused versions of their signature tequila-based beverage and keep an eye out for specials, too.
Choose from an array of margaritas, now available to go from your friends at Burro Bar. Both the South End and Brookline locations are offering classic, cucumber- and jalapeno-infused versions of their signature tequila-based cocktail. Keep an eye out for specials, too.
The teams at Barbara Lynch’s Drink, The Butcher Shop & Sportello have pooled their efforts on a mini menu of to-go cocktails featuring rums from Plantation’s portfolio. Available at $26 per 12 oz bottle, the offerings include Mai Tais, Strawberry Daiquiris, Pina Coladas, The Miami Vice and the No. 9 Palmyra (no rum in that last one). Take your pick and place your order.
Vincent's Corner Grocery, the temporary pop-up shop at Cafe du Pays, has rolled out a collection of bottled adult beverages for you to take home. Take your pick from highballs and spritzes and keep an eye out for new offerings.
The folks at Capo launch their Cocktails-to-Go program with their frozen drinks (cause first things first, people). By the time you've worked your way through the inaugural offerings, they'll have more for you to try so keep checking back for fun and tasty tipples from this Southie favorite.
The cocktail-loving crew at Citizen Public House & Oyster Bar have put their skills to good use, crafting and bottling their wares for you to take home. Take your pick from margaritas, manhattans, mai tais and martinis and enjoy their handiwork wherever you see fit.
The bar team at the back Bay's Citrus & Salt has made portable versions of some of their most popular cocktails available alongside their to-go menu. Look for lot of margaritas and, of course, their Mimosa Soft Serve which comes with a generous swirl of watermelon sorbet accompanied by a split of sparkling rose.
Coppersmith has made some of their most popular cocktails — margaritas, red citrus sangria and peach blossom sangria — available for take-out in 16 and 32 oz carafes. They've also got boozy juice boxes in a rotating selection of flavors so you can take your pick to go with your take out order.