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Under a new waiver issued by the Texas governor, restaurants can now sell takeout and delivery mixed alcoholic drinks

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The to-go Vodkadora cocktail from the Roosevelt Room
The to-go Vodkadora cocktail from the Roosevelt Room
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Now that Texas restaurants can continue to deliver and sell to-go mixed cocktails, alcohol, beer, wine, and cocktail kits, Austin establishments are revamping their current to-go menus in order to add booze.

There are many options for drinks — boozy and otherwise — in Austin during this COVID-19 pandemic. Remember: All liquor must be ordered with food, and there are often delivery/pickup restrictions. Most breweries that are staying open during this time that usually offer to-go beers will be able to continue to do so, and restaurants and bars with wine and beer retailer permits will still be able to sell beer and wine to-go.

With this in mind, Eater put together this running list of restaurants, bars, breweries, and wineries offering to-go cocktails, beers, and wines in Austin. There are separate guides to the best to-go and delivery margaritas, wine, and beer found around the city.

As with all businesses right now, be sure to call ahead or check on social media/websites to make sure each restaurant/truck is still open or if there are updates on current offerings and service models (i.e. reopening for dine-in service, changing to allow for dining on patios or outdoor tables), as things are changing constantly. Be sure to wear a mask, tip well, and, if you’re ordering delivery, try to order directly from the restaurant/trucks themselves.

A number of Austin restaurants have resumed dine-in service. That level of service offered is indicated on each map point. However, this should not be taken as endorsement for dining in, as there are still safety concerns: for updated information on coronavirus cases in your area, please visit the City of Austin website. Studies indicate that there is a lower exposure risk when outdoors, but the level of risk involved with patio dining is contingent on restaurants following strict social distancing and other safety guidelines.

Everything below is listed alphabetically.

4th Tap Co-Op: The North Austin brewery co-op is open for call-ahead beers and crowlers via curbside pickups. The taproom has reopened as well.

(512) Brewing: The West Congress brewery is selling its beers (crowlers, bottle and can packs, bottles) through its website with curbside pickups

ABGB: The South Austin brewery and restaurant off South Lamar is doing curbside pickups via online or phone ordering, with beer, wine, and cider. The brewery is open for dine-in service too.

Adelbert’s Brewery: The North Burnet microbrewery is offering to-go beers with six-pack cans, bottles, and growlers (with refills). The menu changes and can be found online. Orders must be placed in person. The taproom has reopened as well.

Alamo Drafthouse: The Slaughter Lane theater is selling mixed cocktails and cocktail kits for pickups through its web store. The movie theater has reopened for service.

Andiamo: The North Burnet Italian restaurant is offering five percent discounts on wine bottles and ten percent discounts on cases of wine. The dining room is open as well.

Apt 115: The cozy East Austin wine bar is offering to-go wine and curbside deliveries via online ordering or phone/text ordering at (512) 719-3377.

Austin Winery: The South Austin winery is open for to-go and delivery wines with a two-bottle minimum. Deliveries are free with the “shoplocal” code and pickups are 20 percent off with the “pickup” code. The tasting room has reopened.

Austin Beerworks: The local brewery has an extensive online store of its brew lineups, plus it set up a drive-thru system, too. The brewery’s patio has reopened for dine-in service as well.

Austin Eastciders: Both locations of the cidery taprooms (Barton Spring Road, Springdale Road) are offering to-go ciders via online orders. The Barton Springs Road restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Aviary Wine + Kitchen: The South Lamar wine restaurant’s whimsical menu of wine is available for pickups and deliveries via online orders. The restaurant reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Aviator Pizza: The pizzeria on South Congress and West Parmer Lane are doing to-go growlers of curbside service. Orders are placed online for each respective location. The restaurants have reopened for dine-in service.

Batch: The MLK kolache and beer shop reopened for pickup crowlers and beer packs orders, placed online. Alas, kolaches aren’t available.

Bar Peached: The Clarksville Asian-Southern bar and restaurant is offering bottled mixed cocktails to-go, as well as beer, sake, and wine. Curbside pickup orders are placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

Beerburg Brewing: The Hill Country brewpub is offering its beer lineup to-go through crowlers, can packs, and bottles, along with wines from Wedding Oak. Bonus: it’s also offering at-home brew kits. Contactless curbside pickup orders can be placed online. The beer garden has reopened for dine-in service.

Better Half: The Clarksville-/downtown-adjacent restaurant is offering its cocktail lineup, both mixed drinks (including a frozen one), cocktail kits, for deliveries or curbside pickups placed online or in person. The patio has reopened for dine-in services.

Blue Owl Brewing: The East Austin sour brewery’s got to-go cans of its beer by-the-can, mixed-packs, and/or six-packs. Orders can be placed online.

Big Easy Bar & Grill: The East Austin Cajun restaurant and food truck added to-go frozen Hurricanes to its lineup, available at the East 12th Street and Barton Springs Road. Orders can be placed in person.

Black Sheep Lodge: The South Austin bar is offering frozen cocktails and beers to go as well as bottles of liquor. Pickups can be placed online.

Brew & Brew: The East Austin cafe is now functioning as a to-go shop with beer, wine, and crowlers of mimosas and beermosas. Orders can be placed online or in person. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

Buenos Aires Cafe: The East Austin Argentinian restaurant is offering delivery and pickup milonguero cocktail kits, sangrias, and wines. Orders can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service.

Bufalina/Bufalina Due: The East Austin and Burnet Road wine restaurants started up a monthly wine club, and both locations are also offering call-ahead and online pickup orders of wine through Tock or its newly launched wine website.

Cafe No Se: The South Congress Hotel restaurant is offering three pouched fruity cocktails to go. Pickup orders can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in services.

Celis Brewery: The North Burnet brewery is selling its beer to-go via six-packs and growlers. Orders can be placed in person.

Central District Brewing: The downtown brewery is selling crowlers and cans (and packs of each) of its many brews, including a black currant kettle sour, for curbside pickups. Orders are placed online.

Cherrywood Coffeehouse: The neighborhood cafe is selling beer pints to-go along with growler fills through call-ahead ordering at (512) 538-1991. The restaurant reopened both its dining room and patio for dine-in service.

Circle Brewing Company: The North Burnet brewery is open for to-go beers cans and growlers, plus a create-your-own-case option. Pickup orders can be placed online. The taproom has reopened.

Contigo: The drive-thru menu at the MLK New Texan restaurant features a short list of to-go cocktails, including a frozen guava margarita and a sage paloma. Curbside pickup orders are placed online. The restaurant has reopened for outdoor dining service too.

Cosmic Coffee + Beer Garden: The South Austin is offering to-go cocktails available in single-servings as well as larger servings. There are frozen cocktails (including a boozy coffee with horchata), spritzes, and highballs. Orders can be placed in-person or via the Tabbed Out app. The cafe and bar has reopened its outdoor areas for dine-in service, too.

Craft Pride: The Rainey Street beer bar is operating as a Fridays-only bottle shop from 4 to 9 p.m. The weekly menu is available via a QR code on its Instagram page, and it’ll also offer and fill up growlers.

Cruzteca: The Sunset Valley Mexican restaurant is selling margaritas (including frozen ones), bloody marys, and screwdrivers, along with micheladas and beer through its web store for takeout and curbside pickup. The restaurant’s patio has reopened for dine-in service.

Curra’s Grill: The South Austin Tex-Mex restaurant is offering to-go margaritas (including the frozen avocado margarita) via pickups (with curbside options), through online ordering. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Cypress Grill: The New Orleans-y restaurant is offering a long list of already-mixed cocktails, a margarita cocktail kit, plus beer and wine, all available to-go. Pickup orders can be placed online or over the phone at (512) 358-7474, and there are deliveries through Favor. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Dai Due: The butcher shop restaurant is offering wine, beer, and growler fills as part of its to-go and newly launched delivery services. Orders can be placed online.

Desert Door: The Dripping Springs sotol distillery has all sorts of booze, cocktail kits, glassware, and mixers for pickups via online orders.

District Kitchen + Cocktails: Both locations of the New American restaurant (Slaughter Lane, Shoal Creek Boulevard) is offering to-go cocktails, from margaritas on the rocks or frozen, an Old Fashioned with blackberry simple syrup and Thai basil bitters, to a take on the Moscow Mule. Pickup orders are placed online. Both locations have reopened their dining rooms and patios for dine-in service.

Draught House: The Rosedale beer bar is offering its tap list for contactless pickups via pints, growlers, and pitchers. Orders can be placed online. The bar has reopened for dine-in service.

Drink.Well: The North Loop brewpub reopened for to-go curbside pickup and delivery orders only, which includes an array of classic drinks, including a rotating daiquiri, gimlets, pina coladas, and even a bartender’s choice selection, along with wine and beer and additional cocktail ingredients and tools. Orders are placed online.

Easy Tiger: Grab a brew, growler fill, cocktail kit, or wine with your bread for curbside pickup or delivery. Orders can be placed online or in person through the drive-thru. The beer garden has reopened for dine-in service.

Ego’s: While obviously the karaoke bar isn’t open for singing, it is open for to-go cocktails and food. Track its Facebook page for hours and menus, which have included boozy slushies, brunch cocktails, beer, and wine. Call (512) 474-7091 for pickup orders.

El Arroyo: The Tex-Mex restaurant with the iconic sign on West Fifth Street is selling to-go margaritas with chips and salsa. Orders are placed online. The dining room is open as well.

El Chilito: Two of the three locations of the fast-casual taco restaurant (Manor, East Seventh) are selling frozen mimosas and sangria, plus beers to-go for pickups or deliveries via online ordering. The restaurants have reopened for dine-in service.

El Naranjo: The South Lamar Mexican restaurant cocktail kits and individual cocktails, from margaritas to its popular mezcal drink, all to-go. Pickup orders can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Emmer & Rye: The New American restaurant has a thoughtful wine collection available for pickups and deliveries, as well as sommelier wine packs and cocktail kits. Pickup and delivery orders are placed online. The restaurant reopened up its patio for dine-in service.

Epicerie: The Rosedale restaurant is offering 20 percent off all wine and beer to-go and free delivery sales (the latter within a five-mile radius). Orders can be placed online or over the phone at (512) 371-6840.

Fairweather Cider Co.: The North Austin cidery is offering its cider line and cider-based cocktails (a spritz and a frozen one) to-go, along with a strong lineup of guest ciders and natural wines. Pickup orders can be placed online.

Family Business Beer Co.: The Dripping Springs brewery is operating a to-go drive-thru, featuring growlers and cans of its beers. Curbside pickup orders can be placed online

Foreign & Domestic: The homey North Loop spot is offering its full beer and wine list to-go. Pickup and DoorDash delivery orders can be placed online. The restaurant reopened its dining room for dine-in service too.

Fresa’s: The South First location is selling margaritas (regular and frozen), as well as wine and beer, for pickups. The North Lamar location is also selling wine and beer and boozeless margarita kits. To-go orders can be placed online. Both locations have reopened for dine-in service too.

Garage: The downtown bar is offering several cocktail kits for deliveries, including its Indian Paintbrush drink and an Old Fashioned one. There’s also the large 15-cocktail kit with recipes for various drinks. Orders must be placed online.

Gelateria Gemelli: The East Sixth ice cream shop has bottled negronis (as well as aperitivo kits with snacks like olives and focaccia) and its full roster of wine available for takeout, plus aperitivo kits and bottled Negronis. Orders can be placed in person. The shop also reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Gourmands: The East Austin sandwich shop is offering a whole bunch of various to-go cocktail options, from Jell-O shots (yes), cocktail kits (cold-brew with liquor), individual and larger-portioned cocktails, straight-up bottles of liquor, as well as beer, cider, and wine. Pickup orders must be placed online. The restaurant reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Grizzelda’s: The Mexican restaurant is selling frozen and non-frozen margaritas as well as palomas to-go. Pickup orders should be placed online. The restaurant reopened its dining room, too.

Guero’s: The South Congress Tex-Mex restaurant is offering an array of margaritas and other cocktails to-go. Pickup orders should be placed online. The restaurant reopened its dining room, too.

Hank’s: Windsor Park’s all-day cafe is selling individually portioned and pitchers of frozen cocktails (frosé, palomas, spicy margaritas), as well as beer. Pickup orders can be placed online. The restaurant reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Hedgehog Brewing: The Cedar Park brewery is offering its beer line via bottles and crowlers to-go through online ordering.

Here Nor There: The secretive underground bar is serving to-go cocktails while the lounge is closed. Try the signature milk punch. Order online for pickup or delivery.

Hestia & Kalimotxo: The downtown restaurant and bar are offering a combined to-go menu featuring to-go cocktails in pouches, including its namesake frozen red wine/Coca-Cola concoction. Orders can be placed online. Both have reopened for dine-in service as well.

Hi Sign Brewing: The airport-adjacent brewery is offering curbside pickups. This includes six- and four-packs and crowlers. Orders can be placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in services.

Hold Out Brewing: Better Half’s next-door sibling brewery is now open for to-go orders of its beers in cans, as well as four- and six-packs, and crowlers, alongside guest wines and ciders. Pickup orders should be placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in service too.

Hops & Grain: To-go beer orders can be placed for the East Austin brewery through online orders, phone calls at (512) 914-2467, and email orders through beer@hopsandgrain.com. The beers are available in crowlers, can packs, and individual tallboy cans available.

Hopfields: The gastropub reopened for curbside pickups, placed online or over the phone, which includes growlers, beers, and wine. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Hotel Saint Cecilia: The normally private South Austin hotel is now offering its room service menu to the public for takeout, which includes wine bottles and cocktail kits. Orders can be placed over the phone at (512) 852-2400. The hotel has reopened for guests.

Hotel Vegas: East Austin music venue and bar is offering curbside pickup and delivery food and drinks through its walk-up Hotel Vegas Concession stand. Drinkwise, this means cocktails (with frozen and slush options) in individual servings and and some half-gallons, Jello-O shots, beers, ciders, White Claws, and a vodka-based cocktail kit. To-go orders can be placed online or in person.

House Wine: The South Austin wine bar is offering bottles, wines by the bottle and glass, sangrias, and frosés to-go for pickups and deliveries through online orders. The bar has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Independence Brewing Co.: The southeast Austin brewery is offering a bunch of its beers via curbside pickups, which include six- and four-packs, crowlers, and bottles. Orders can be placed online.

Intero: The East Austin Italian restaurant is offering amari and wines to-go via pickups and deliveries placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Jester King Brewery: The Hill Country brewery is offering a wide variety of its beers, including seasonals and specials in bottles and cans, as well as guest wines and ciders to-go. Orders can be placed online or over the phone at (512) 661-8736. The brewery has reopened its outdoor dining areas, too.

Jo’s Coffee: The South Congress location of the coffee shop is making frozen peach mimosas, while the downtown one has frosé, both for pickups. Orders can be placed in person or over the phone. Both patios have reopened for dine-in service.

Juniper: The East Austin Italian restaurant’s smart selection of wines is available for pickups, as well as a martini and beers. To-go orders are placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Justine’s: The trendy east side French spot has wine, champagne, beer, and cocktails kits available to-go. Pickup orders can be placed online or through the phone at (512) 385-2900. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Kinda Tropical: The East Austin market and restaurant is offering to-go cocktails, including frozen options and boozy frozen pops, as well as beer and wine. Orders can be placed online or over the phone at (512) 373-8430. The patio has reopened for dine-in service too.

Knomad Bar: The chill Windsor Park bar has cocktail kits (including one that’s just bourbon and Lone Star), as well as beer, White Claw, and wine to-go with kolaches or pizza for curbside pickup or delivery. Orders must be placed online.

La Condesa: The downtown upscale Mexican restaurant is offering to-go cocktails and cocktail kits via online ordering. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Last Stand Brewing Company: The Hill Country brewery is offering to-go beers, including a frozen option. Pickup orders can be placed online.

Launderette: The Holly restaurant’s got to-go cocktails (margaritas to mezcal-based Negronis), half-off wine bottles, and half-off individual beers beer available for pickups and curbside pickups through its web store. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service.

Lazarus Brewing Co.: The East Austin brewery is offering pickup beer cans, bottles, crowlers, and growlers through online orders. The patio is reopened too.

Lefty’s Brick Bar: The East Sixth hotel bar has reopened with to-go cocktails. this includes frozen margaritas, Aperol spritzes, and Pimm’s cups, along with shots, wines, and beer. Pickup orders can be placed in person. The bar has reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Lenoir: South First restaurant and wine garden is offering wine bottles to-go. Curbside pickups can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened its wine garden for dine-in service.

Little Brother Bar: The tiny Rainey Street bar is serving canned cocktails (including frozen options) and shooters for pickup or delivery within its delivery radius in the Central East Austin vicinity. Orders must be placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

Live Oak Brewing Company: The Del Valle brewery is open for to-go beers via its drive-thru. Orders can be placed in person or through its website. The beer garden has reopened for dine-in services.

LoLo: The East Austin natural wine bar shut down the bar in favor of its retail shop for now, with curbside pickup bottles available through orders placed online, phone calls at (512) 906-0053, and email at hello@lolo.wine.

Loro: The South Lamar Asian smokehouse is offering takeout cocktails (including frozens, slushes, and pitchers), beer, wine, and sake. Curbside pickup orders must be placed online. The restaurant also reopened for dine-in service.

Low Down Lounge: The new East Sixth bar is open for to-go cocktails including frozen ones, as well as wine, beer, and bottles of liquor. Orders are placed in person.

Mattie’s: The classic Southern-inspired restaurant on South First is offering a short menu of cocktail kits , beer, wine, and iced teas through online orders for pickups and DoorDash deliveries. The restaurant reopened its dining room too.

Mi Madre’s: The Cherrywood Tex-Mex restaurant is offering margarita, paloma, and mimosa cocktail kits and cocktails, alongside beer and wine to-go. Orders can be placed online or over the phone at )512) 322-9721. The patio has reopened too.

Mort Subite: The downtown Belgian beer bar is offering its lengthy array of beers to-go. Orders can be placed online.

Nomadic Beerworks: The St. Edwards area brewery is offering to-go beers. Orders can be placed in person or through the phone at (512) 587-9669. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

Nightcap: The Clarksville restaurant is offering cocktails and cocktail kits to-go. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in services.

Nixta Taqueria: The Central East Austin taco restaurant added curbside takeout service, which includes beer and wine. Orders can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Odd Duck: The South Austin New Texan restaurant is offering curbside pickups, which includes cocktail kits, wine, and beer. Orders can be placed online. The restaurant reopened its dining room for dine-in service too.

Oddwood Ales: The MLK brewery is offering a bunch of its ber to-go, in single cans, packs, crowlers, and bottles, as well as Live Oak’s hefe and bottles of wine. Pickup orders can be placed online. The brewery reopened its patio for dine-in service.

Olamaie: The upscale Southern restaurant is offering a decidedly more casual to-go menu, which includes cocktails to-go, such as a frosé, peanut butter and banana boilermaker, and a bottled negroni, as well as beer and wine. Pickup orders should be placed online.

Old Thousand: The Central East Austin Chinese-American restaurant added cocktails, beer, and wine to its delivery and pickup services. Orders must be placed online or over the phone at (737) 222-6637.

Olive & June: The Bryker Woods Italian restaurant’s wine selection for curbside pickups is a nice one, alongside cocktails. To-go orders must be placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service too.

Orf Brewing: The McKinney brewery is selling to-go beers, from six-packs to samplers to growlers. Orders can be placed online or in person.

Paperboy: The East Austin breakfast food truck-turned-restaurant is offering an array of morning cocktails, from mimosas to Bloody Marys, as well as wine bottles, to go. PIckup orders can be placed online. The restaurant is open for dine-in services too.

Parkside: The downtown New American restaurant has wine, beer, and cocktail to-go. Orders must be placed online. The restaurant has also reopened for dine-in service too.

Pinthouse Pizza: All locations of the brewpub (Burnet, South Lamar, Round Rock) are offering curbside pickup beers available in four-can packs and crowlers. Orders must be placed online.

Pluckers: Certain locations of the chicken wing restaurant are selling gallon cocktail kits through web or app orders for delivery within a four-mile radius of each restaurant. All dining rooms have reopened too.

Pool Burger: Frozen cocktail seekers can find frozen Hurricanes, and other tiki-ish drinks available from the West Austin spot for curbside pickups placed online. The bar and restaurant has reopened for dine-in service.

Prohibition Creamery: The boozy ice cream shop is selling cocktails, boozy slushies, alcoholic ice cream (that counts, right?), cocktails kits, beer, and wine to-go via in-person or call-ahead ordering at (512) 992-1449, and third-party deliveries (DoorDash, Postmates, and Favor). The shop has reopened for dine-in service too.

Radio Coffee & Beer: The South Austin coffee shop is selling to-go margaritas and bloody marys, plus beer in growlers. Orders have to be made in person. The coffee shop has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Red Horn Coffee House & Brewing Co.: The Cedar Park brewery and cafe is offering its beers to-go via crowlers, growler fills, and can-packs, as well as a variety of guest beers. Orders can be placed online or in person. The cafe has reopened for dine-in service too.

Saba San’s: Bento Picnic debuted a new natural wine bottle shop within its East Austin location. Orders can be placed online for pickups and deliveries. Bento has reopened for dine-in services.

Salt & Time: The butcher shop restaurant has a solid wine and beer lineup available curbside pickups via online ordering.

Salt & Time Cafe: The new downtown Republic Square Park cafe features beers, wines, and frozen drinks, including a frozen orange wine concoction, to go. Pickup orders can be placed online or in person. The park’s tables are available for dine-in services.

Salty Sow: The Manor Road restaurant is offering to-go cocktails, along with the rest of its New American food menu. The two-serving drinks include a frozen margarita and raspberry mule. Orders can be placed online or over the phone at (512) 391-2337 for pickups and curbside pickups.

Sawyer & Co: The East Austin New Orleans-y diner is offering two-serving cocktails to go, from margaritas to Hurricanes to an Irish cold-brew coffee concoction. Pickup and DoorDash deliveries can be placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service.

Scholz Garten: The downtown historic beer garden and restaurant is selling beers and cocktails to-go. Curbside pickup and delivery orders can be placed over email at orders@scholz1866.com. The restaurant has reopened its dining room and beer garden for dine-in service.

School House Pub: The Manor Road bar is offering a variety of cocktails and frozen cocktails to-go, as well as larger cocktail kits, plus beer and wine. Curbside pickups and pickup orders can be placed online. The bar has reopened for dine-in services.

Southern Heights Brewing Co.: The East MLK brewery selling to-go beers via online or phone orders at (512) 358-4350.

Southold Farm + Cellar: The Fredericksburg winery is offering its stellar wines for pickups or shipping via its website. The winery is open for in-person tastings too.

St. Elmo Brewing: The South Austin brewery is taking online orders for curbside to-go bottles, crowlers, and growlers pickups. The beer garden is reopen for dine-in service.

Still Austin Whiskey Co.: The South Austin distillery is open for to-go bottles of alcohol and mixers with pickup and curbside pickups.

Suerte: The East Austin Mexican restaurant is selling to-go cocktails, bottles of cocktails, its Don Dario mix, and a paloma cocktail kit. Orders can be placed online for pickups. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service.

Sway: The West Lake Hills location of the upscale Thai restaurant is open right now, offering to-go orders which includes cocktails and cocktail kits, as well as beer and wine. Pickup orders can be placed online, and there are Favor deliveries. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service.

Taco Flats: All locations of the Mexican restaurant are selling a bunch of cocktails (margaritas, palomitas, Old Fashioneds), straight-up liquor, beer, and half-bottles of wine, via call-ahead and online orderings. The restaurants’ patios are open for dine-in service.

Texas Keeper Cider: The Manchaca cidery is open for to-go ciders (both its own and guest options), as well as wine and mead, alongside snacks. Orders can be placed online with pickups from its outdoor stall and deliveries and shipments are also available.

The Brewtorium: The North Austin brewery and restaurant is offering beer cans, crowlers, and growler fills of its beer lineup, as well as guest beers, and wine crowlers. To-go orders can be placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

The Butterfly Bar: The East Austin bar reopened for to-go cocktail service with curbside pickups placed online. There’s a large array of cocktail kits, as well as weekly specials (shots), non-alcoholic mixed drinks, and wine. There’s also additional drinking ingredients and materials, such as mixers, garnishes, and even free bags of ice.

The Cavalier: The East Austin Southern bar and restaurant is offering frozen cocktails to-go, as well as margarita kits, bottles of liquor, beers (drafts and cans), and wines. Pickup and delivery (free for orders of $35 or more) orders can be placed online or by calling (512) 696-4318. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

The Little Darlin’: The far south Austin bar is selling essentially create-your-own cocktail kits with bottles of liquor and mixers, along with frozen cocktails, beer and wine. Orders can be placed in person. The bar has reopened for dine-in service too.

The Meteor: The South Congress cafe is offering 40 percent off its retail wine delivery and to-go. Orders can be placed online. The cafe reopened its patio.

The Peached Tortilla: The Asian-Southern restaurant offers a short to-go cocktail menu, featuring a Manhattan, its margarita with habanero-infused tequila, and the gin- and strawberry-based State of Mind drink. There’s also margarita mix for those who have booze at home already, as well as beer and wine. Orders are placed online for pickups. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service

The Roosevelt Room: The downtown cocktail bar is offering a nice list of cocktails to-go, such as its mezcal-based Cigar Box, the bright Vodkadora, and the fruity Painkiller, among others, plus bar tools. Pickup and delivery orders must be placed online.

The Tigress Pub: The North Loop bar is now offering to-go cocktails for pickups and limited deliveries. Watch its Facebook page for updates, menus, and specials, like the current pina colada. Place orders through its Facebook page, over the phone at (512) 600-3232, or email at pam@thetigresspub.com.

Tipsy Alchemist: The trendy Rainey Street bar has cocktails to go Thursday through Sunday from 2-8 p.m. That means giant frozen drinks (piña coladas), palomas, and infused ice creams. Call (512) 777-0120 to order.

TLC: The South Lamar comfort seafood restaurant is offering to-go cocktails, including margaritas, frozen iterations, a margarita kit, wine, and beer for pickups. Orders can be placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in service.

Trudy’s: Both currently open locations of Tex-Mex spot Trudy’s are serving margaritas and Mexican martinis to-go for deliveries and pickups placed online. The patios have reopened at both restaurants too.

Tumble 22: The hot chicken restaurant reopened for takeout orders, which includes frozen margaritas and mead via online ordering. The patios have reopened for dine-in service.

Uchi & Uchiko: The upscale Japanese restaurants on South Lamar and North Lamar are offering pickup, curbside, and third-party deliveries with beer, wine, and sake. Orders can be placed online or over the phone. Both restaurants have reopened for dine-in service.

Vamonos: The Tex-Mex restaurant from the Parkside Projects serves a frozen paloma, margaritas, cocktail kits, beer, and wine for pickup or delivery via online orders. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Vespaio & Enoteca Vespaio: The South Congress Italian restaurants are offering to-go bottles of wine via online ordering. The restaurants have reopened for dine-in service, too.

Via 313: Essential Detroit-style pizzeria’s brick-and-mortars (Oak Hill, North Campus, East Sixth) is offering to-go cocktail kits, beer, cider, and wine for contactless pickups placed online.

Vista Brewing: The Driftwood brewery to-go lineup includes beer, wine, and cider to-go through its walk-up/drive-thru window via in-person/email/phone/online orders. The beer garden has reopened for dine-in services.

Whip In: The South Austin Indian restaurant and market is still selling to-go beer, and wine, via in-person ordering. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Whisler’s: The East Sixth bar has reopened with to-go cocktails, with pickup orders placed online. This includes a daily frozen cocktail, alongside some of its house drinks, including its Old Fashioned. There’s also beer and wine. SInce food has to be ordered, the bar is offering a 50 cent hot dog and a hot dog and chip combo for one dollar.

Wink: The Clarksville restaurant is selling wines by the bottle and the case for pickups or delivery via online ordering, call-ahead ordering at (512) 482-8868, or in-person ordering. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in service, too.

Workhorse Bar: The North Loop bar is selling takeout cocktails, cocktail kits, and beer for pickups and curbside pickups via online ordering.

Wu Chow: The downtown modern Chinese restaurant is offering two cocktail kits: a Moscow Mule and the ice ball Oldie (a take on the Old Fashioned) from its sibling spot Swift’s Attic, alongside wine and beer, for pickups placed online. The restaurant has reopened for dine-in services.

Vic & Al’s: The Cherrywood restaurant from Patrizi’s offers beers, wines, and cocktails to-go, including a roffignac, Hurricane, and sazerac. Pickup and delivery orders can be placed online.

Yard Bar: The combination dog park, restaurant, and bar is offering to-go cocktails, froze, and packs of beer and wine. Pickup orders can be placed online. It has reopened for dine-in service as well as dog park members.

Yellow Jacket Social Club: The East Austin bar is open for to-go food and drinks placed over the phone at (512) 480-9572, which include rotating frozen cocktail specials. The patio has reopened for dine-in services.

Zilker Brewing: The East Austin brewery is open for to-go beer orders placed online. The patio has reopened for dine-in services.

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