When restaurants reopen in a limited capacity on Friday, May 1st, those that have offered alcohol-to-go will be allowed to continue those sales, according to the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission.
On Monday, Governor Abbott announced restaurants would be allowed to open, but limit capacity to 25% of their listed occupancy.
TABC confirmed on its website that “restaurants may also continue to use expanded to-go and delivery options” that were put in place after stay home orders were issued.
It’s unclear when alcohol-to-go service might end.
“TABC staff is reviewing the governor’s report and working with his office to seek further guidance on the specifics of the plan. We will continue updating this page with directives that will help businesses reopen safely under Gov. Abbott’s new executive order,” TABC states on its website. For more information from TABC about what is allowed, click here.
For complete information about Governor Abbott’s latest order, click here.
The following local restaurants and bars are selling to-go alcohol:
- Sourced Craft Cocktails
- Better Half: bloody mary, sangria, michelada and old-fashioned kits
- Desert Door: ranch water kit
- El Arroyo: margarita kit
- Grizzelda’s: margarita, Grizz Mizz and Moscow Mule kits
- Guero’s: margarita kit
- Jeffrey’s: martini kit
- Joann’s: margarita and mezcal ranch water kits
- Loro: ginger old-fashioned, mandarin margarita and peach palmer kits
- Mattie’s: Back Porch Tea, Artemis Cup, bloody mary and Pavillion Margarita kits
- Vinaigrette: fresh juice-based cocktail kit