There’s only one place you can drink right now: Your home. But the only alcohol currently in your possession is an ironic can of Four Loko someone left at your apartment last year, and a bottle of peach Schnapps whose origin story is unknown.
So here are bars, breweries, and restaurants where you can stock up, with curbside pick-up and delivery. 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.
If you want to stock up on wine, but you also miss cheese, this cafe and wine shop will happily put together a cheese plate to go with the bottle (or bottles) you select. We promise that whatever All Together Now picks will go way better with your natural red than that package of Kraft singles sitting in your fridge.
This is a cocktail bar that’s doing a lot. For $50, they’re offering large-format cocktail kits of their specialty drinks (like the peanut butter and jelly vodka cocktail) for carryout. They also have food available, and have even compiled a playlist for you to listen to while you get drunk.
Bub City is owned by the same team as tiki bar Three Dots And A Dash, and is selling bottled versions of their signature cocktails for pickup and delivery. They’re also offering bottles of liquor, and DIY kits for drinks like Bloody Marys and Mai Tais.
You can get all sorts of wine, beer, and liquor delivered from CH. And if you spend over $100 you’ll get a six-pack of miniature Malort bottles. Do with that information what you will.
This spot is offering delivery and curbside pickup for its beer. They’re also delivering wine and cocktail kits, too.
This taproom is a combination of four breweries, and they’re offering four-packs for delivery and curbside pickup.
Dorian’s has you covered for a lot of things. This spot has a long list of natural wines and cocktail kits available for delivery. They’ll even deliver a record to go with your booze.
Eris is offering curbside pickup and takeout for all of its cider. They also have local delivery available.
You can get four packs and crowlers (a.k.a. a giant-ass can) of Forbidden Root’s excellent botanical beer delivered to your house. And you should probably know those 32 oz cans are currently being sold for $2 off.
We’ve always appreciated the carefully curated wine list at Galit. And we doubly appreciate that bottles of their wine can now be dropped off in the trunks of our car.
All of the beer at Goose Island is available for delivery, takeout, and curbside pickup.
This brewery has cans and bottles available for curbside pickup. And if you pulled the trigger on buying a kegerator, you can also buy 1/6 barrel kegs. You knew it would come in handy one day.
Happy Camper has a lot of wine, beer, and liquor available to be delivered. But we want to turn your attention to the $75 “Basic Survival Kit,” which gets you a 12-pack of hard seltzer, two pizzas, ranch, a boat of cookie dough, and a roll of toilet paper.
If you call this Japanese pub, you can get a bottle of sake delivered. They also offer curbside pickup.
They might have taken away most of our sports (marble rolling doesn’t count) but we can still drink beer from sports bars. And Jake Melnick’s has six-packs of beer and White Claw available for delivery and curbside pickup.
Joe’s is also offering Happy Hour, with 50% off wines and $2 bottles of beer. You can pick it up curbside, or have it delivered.
You used to go to this upscale steakhouse for a special occasion. Well, now the special occasion is that a new episode of Westworld is on HBO Go. Celebrate by ordering a nice bottle of wine or some expensive liquor from their long cocktail menu.
Marchesa in the Gold Coast is a wine bar with a “wine cave,” which is what you’ve been calling your apartment for the past five days. If you need to restock, order a bottle from their long menu. And as a bonus, you’ll get a 25% discount.
This brewpub has bottles and cans available for delivery or curbside pickup, plus a weekly subscription where you can get exclusive access to specialty beers. Plus, with a subscription, you won’t ever worry about running out. Right? Right?
You can get Moody Tongue’s beer for delivery or takeout. No word on the cake.
This restaurant is offering delivery for beer and wine. And since they have a fantastic drink menu, this is very good news.
We’ve always enjoyed Passerotto’s small but well-curated wine list. And now you can buy that wine by the bottle and have it delivered right to your car.
Sure, your probably calling Piece primarily to have pizza delivered. But, they’re also delivering their beer, too.
Roots is actually still doing Happy Hour seven days a week. From 3-6pm, all wine, beer, and White Claw (which is apparently its own category) is half-off. The only catch is you have to order directly from their website.
Ramen-San is selling bottles of Japanese whiskey at discounted prices. Just call ahead and pick it up from their River North location.
The booze list at his upscale Italian restaurant is already extensive, and they’re combining it with the equally impressive collection at RPM Steak. They’re selling bottles of liquor, wine, and beer at discounted prices. Just call ahead, then go pick it up.
This Pilsen spot has wine, beer, and cocktail kits available for delivery and takeout. And because the food here is really good, you should probably get some lobster dumplings to go with your alcohol.
Stella Barra is selling a whole bunch of DIY cocktail kits, along with wine and beer.
Summer House Santa Monica is also selling a variety of DIY Cocktail kits, with some pretty fun names. Like the Don’t Get On A Greyhound, and the Can’t Travel To Manhattan.
This brewery in Albany Park is delivering four-packs, crowlers (giant cans of beer) and even bottles of wine.
This taproom has a wide variety of beer, much of which is now available at 50% off if you pick it up. So, it’s like that two-for-one bar you used to visit in college, only now you can legally drink, and you’ll be doing it exclusively at home.