There’s only one place you can drink right now: Your home. But if you’re anything like us, the only drinks in your apartment include pickle juice, several airplane bottles of tequila, and some peach Schnapps whose origin story is unknown.
So here are some bars and restaurants where you can stock up on booze. These places are offering curbside pickup and some even deliver. Even though you can’t go drink at these places, you can still support them (and drink something great) by ordering from them. We’ll keep updating this guide with more information - so stay tuned, and stay well.
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Update 7/17: See our new guide to cocktails you can get for takeout and delivery.
Hillside Farmacy’s dog-friendly patio is open for dine-in service, and they also offer takeout (including for brunch). They’ve got groceries and cocktails kits, including jalapeno grapefruit margaritas and bloody marys.
Hanks’s has frozen drinks like frose, palomas, and margaritas, as well as a spicy margarita (drinks are available by the pitcher as well). While Hank’s is open for dine-in, you can order takeout or delivery online. There’s also wine, beer, and food available, including coffee and pastries.
Austin Beerworks has an online shop where you can preorder and a drive-thru where you can pick up six packs, 16 or 32 oz crowlers, and large-format bottles.
You can order online from Austin Eastciders and pickup from their tap room on the East Side, the Collaboratory. They’ve got cider, spiked seltzers, and canned coctails.
The Tex-Mex restaurant Grizzelda’s is selling cocktails like palomas and margaritas (both frozen and on the rocks). Order online for curbside pickup.
You can make a reservation for tables on Better Half’s patio, and they’re also accepting orders online with drive-thru pickup and delivery. You can order beer, wine, and cocktails (including frozen and canned). There’s even an online Happy Hour every day from 1-4pm with $5 cheeseburgers and $1 beer.
St. Elmo Brewing Company
Mi Madre's Restaurant
The Tex-Mex restaurant Mi Madre’s has opened it patio with counter service, and they also offer takeout and delivery for food and drink. They’re selling beer and wine, as well as cocktails and cocktail kits like bloody marys and margaritas.
The East Side live music venue Hotel Vegas has switched gears a bit, and now operating as a concession stand selling burgers, Frito pie, beer, wine, and cigarettes to go (and for delivery). They’re also selling frozen drinks like margaritas, pina coladas, and palomas in Capri Sun-like containers.
At The Draught House, you can order 32, 64, or 128oz growlers of over different 20 beers online with contact-less pickup.
The Knomad Bar is offering curbside pickup (and free delivery on Fridays) of beer, wine, liquor, cocktails and cocktail kits. Place your order online or call (512) 628-4288. Note: Every order must include a bag of chips.
Gelateria Gemelli is selling coffee, gelato, sparkling wine, and spritzes for takeout or to be enjoyed on their patio out front.
Nixta Taqueria is accepting online and phone-in orders at (512) 551-3855 for curbside delivery of tacos, beer, and natural wine.
All-day cafe Swedish Hill is doing curbside pickup for pantry staples, baked goods, sandwiches, rotisserie chicken, wine, and beer. Order online or call (512) 472-1347.
North Loop restaurant Foreign & Domestic is open for dine-in service and they also have online ordering for takeout, including beer and wine.
The boutique grocery/all-day-cafe Epicerie has a full menu (as well as groceries) available for curbside pick up. Call (512) 371-6840 or order online.
The butcher shop at Dai Due is open, and the restaurant has a new to-go menu that includes bottles of local wine. Call (512) 524-0688 or order online.
Open for takeout 7 days a week from 12-8pm with a drive thru, Jester King Brewery is doing online ordering for pizza, wine, and beer. They’re also taking reservations for picnic tables.
Grizzelda’s is selling cocktail kits, wine, and beer, as well homemade flour tortillas, a Jacoby’s burger kit that feeds four, baked goods, and more. Order online for curbside pickup.
All five locations of Via 313 are offering online ordering and curbside delivery. The restaurant locations have beer and bottles of wine for $20.
The ABGB’s patio is open and they’re taking reservations. They have a full food menu with pizza and sandwiches, wine, cider, and beer for takeout. You can even get a keg to go. Order online, over the phone at (512) 298-2242, or use Favor for delivery.