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.
With a lovely (and good lookin', too) array of cocktails and mocktails, Bianca, is fast making itself a favorite among its Chestnut Hill clientele. Add these pretty and pretty tasting bevvies to your next takeout order.
Natick diners (and drinkers!), look to your friends at Buttercup next time you're in the mood for craft cocktails. Your go-to fo farm-to-table fare has added drinks to their offerings so you can enjoy a tipple or two with your next take-out 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.
You know what pairs nicely with tacos? Margaritas. Instead of stocking up on triple sec, tequila and lime and all the rest, let the folks at JP's Casa Verde make 'em for you. They've got it down to a science and they've got lots of fun extras like habanero and passionfruit so you can mix things up.
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.
Mooncusser's Fish House's pop-up in residence, Cusser's Roast Beef, is offering some of their most popular cocktails available for take-out. Grab a daiquiri to go with your lobster roll or an old fashioned to accompany your Cusser's Three Way Roast Beef sandwich.
In the mood for Northern Italian eats from Davio's? Don't forget the drinks. The iconic Back Bay steakhouse has cocktails designed to accompany your meal whether you go for housemade pastas, prime aged steaks, super fresh seafood or their signature spring rolls.
Five of the different Davio's locations are now offering cocktails for take-out. Look for signature sippers like the sunny Mediterraneo (Ketel One Vodka, Ketel Oranje, Cointreau, blood orange purée and lemon) as well as specials specific to each location, dreamed up by their on-site teams including Spiked Lemonade, Blackberry Margaritas and Island Dreams at Davio's Braintree.