For some struggling restaurants being able to sell alcoholic drinks to-go has kept them alive. In the beginning of the pandemic last March the governor started allowing it and now some lawmakers are trying to make it permanent.
“We sell sangria in a little wonton soup container to-go and it’s become so popular that we’ll probably never get rid of it,” Lala’s Sangria Bar owner John English said.
The Bill 148 would allow these restaurants to sell drinks with liquor to-go so but there are certain requirements! Your food sales must make up at least 51% also, drinks can’t be larger than 32 ounces.
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