Pursuant to Executive Order 22, Governor Lee has extended the date that restaurants and limited service restaurants may sell alcoholic beverages for curbside pickup or delivery to 11:59 PM on April 14, 2020.  The following rules remain in place:

  • Only restaurants and limited service restaurants may sell alcoholic beverages to go.
  • Spirits may not be sold by bottle.
  • Servings of spirits are limited to four (4) ounces of alcohol per sixteen (16) ounce container.
  • Wine may be sold by the glass or bottle.
  • Beer may be sold by bottle, can or growler.
  • Licensees are only responsible for sales and use tax.  Liquor-by-the-drink tax has been waived.
  • Server permits are not required for employees making delivery.
  • Employees making deliveries must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age.
  • Third party delivery services may be used, even if they do not have a delivery service license from the TABC.
  • Licensee is responsible for verifying age of purchaser.

This will likely be extended past April 14th.  We will continue to post updates.

Leave Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

clear formSubmit