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.