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.
Davio’s – Foxborough
236 Patriot Place Foxborough, MA 02035 508-339-4810
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 the Blueberry Lemonade and Pomegranate Martini at Davio's Foxborough.
You can now order signature sippers like the Davio’s Doli (Reyka vodka and pineapple) to go with your take-out from five of the different Davio's locations. If you're getting you dinner from the Lynnfield outpost, look for the Watermelon Refresher which is available at this location only.
Order signature sippers like the Davio’s Doli, the Mediterraneo or Red, White or Rosé Sangria to go with your take-out from any of the Davio's — just take your pick! But if you're ordering from the Seaport specifically, go for the Terminal C (Casamigos Reposado Tequila, agave, lime, pineapple and nutmeg, which is only available from this swanky harborside spot.
Whether you're ordering a heaping bowl of pasta or a dainty plate of antipasti, you're going to want a drink to go with it. The Eataly peeps are happy to oblige with bottled versions of their go-to beverages so you can have a negroni to go with your cacio e pepe or a martini to pair with your tiramisu.
The bar team at Fat Baby is starting the era of to-go cocktails with a couple signature sippers: the Mai Tai (rum, triple sec, orgeat and angostura) and the Cry Baby (Ghost Tequila, lime, hibiscus and elderflower). Keep an eye out for more.
They may be known for their wine-loving ways at Forage but the cocktail game at this Harvard Square spot is on point. See for yourself and add some bevvies from their oft-changing, seasonal list to go with your next order of take-out.
The frosé at Karen Akunowicz's Fox & the Knife features a coconut rum floater for that little extra bit of something (something called booze). They say it's like a vacation in a glass and you can get it to go (whether you're going on vacation or not).
If you're placing an order from the special Butcher Shop menu at Grill 23 & Bar, don't forget the drinks — the Back Bay steakhouse has added a handful (to start!) of 16oz take-out drinks that'll make you feel like you're back in their elegant, two-tiered dining room.
Availability: Call 617-542-2255
1271 Boylston Street Boston, MA 02115 617-670-0507
You could probably use a little bit of whimsy in your life. And maybe also a drink. Hojoko combines the two and packs ‘em up for pick up in handy, portable pouches. Get your hands on these take-out bevvies next time you place an order.
The drink-making masters at Hudson's secret speakeasy, Less Than Greater Than, are making their potable wares available for take-out. There are classics like Negronis and Dark & Stormys as well as original creations like the Luxxx Naz-T so take your pick and place your order.
You'd have to be crazy not to order these take-out margaritas from the team at Loco Taqueria. Bottles, priced at $36 each, make three cocktails each and (at least to start) come in signature flavors like Jefe, Coco, Passionfruit and Blood Orange, among others.
You can have you very own happy hour at home with help from your friends at Lower Mills Tavern. The Dorchester Ave spot has added cocktails to go to their take-our repertoire so you can be sipping pretty with The Breezy, Lower Gin Mills or Watermelon Sugar for $12 each.