Where to Get Takeout or Delivery Alcohol in NYC Right Now
If your bar cart is fully stocked and looking dusty, you’re in luck because the only place you can drink right now is home. But if you're like the rest of us and don’t have a bar-worthy booze setup inside your tiny apartment, it’s time to pick up the phone and order delivery. You’re a New Yorker, you should be good at that.
NYC bars and restaurants are now serving cocktails with takeout and delivery food orders, so cocktail bar-quality concoctions are never too far away. Here’s a list of the best NYC spots bringing booze to your front door or serving cocktails for the road:
Dante’s signature Even-Split cocktail is easy enough to make at home, but you’re better off carrying out its signature negroni on tap for $12. Or better yet, get it delivered. You can stock up on individual servings, or upgrade to bottles that serve three for $28, five for $45, or 10 for $93.
How to order: Call 212-982-5275 for takeout/delivery or order online
Classic cocktails and modern takes like the Paper Plane and Penicillin will be flowing out of this speakeasy from 2-8pm on Tuesdays and Fridays. Each cocktail is served over a big block of ice with garnish and a bag of chips on the side for $14.
How to order: Email firstname.lastname@example.org and pick up your order from the bar
You can support multiple local businesses at once when you order from The Bronx Beer Hall. The beer-drinking destination touts having “the best quarantine beer selection in the Bronx” and stocks craft brewers like Grimm Artisanal Ales and Coney Island Brewing so you can always have local cans or growlers on hand.
How to order: Call 347-396-0555 for pickup
You may miss your seat at the bar where it’s summer all the time, but you can bring some sunshine home from King Tai. The spot is offering single-servings of cocktails like the aptly named Queen of Corona, and all drinks are packed undiluted without ice or chilling, so you can be sure it’ll survive the journey home.
How to order: Order takeout/delivery on Caviar
Most of Hunky Dory’s cocktails could be defined as classics turned a little weird, making them perfect for this absolutely batshit time. The cocktails come in varying sizes from single servings up to five servings, and I’d venture to guess you’ll want to supersize your order of the bar’s Mojitos Mo’ Problems or Banana-Nog, which pairs banana rum with pineau de charentes, oat milk, cinnamon, and nutmeg.
How to order: Order takeout/delivery (to Crown Heights and Prospect Heights only) online with payment via Venmo.
This tiny, tucked-away cocktail bar in the heart of Harlem is now bottling up its cocktails to go. And don’t worry, Sugar Monk knows you need to stock up, so they nixed the single servings and are offering signature drinks bottled up with enough for three for $40 or six for $75.
How to order: Order takeout online and call 917-409-0028 when you arrive.
It looks like we’ll be here for awhile, so now’s the perfect time to finally learn about what’s in your glass. A new wine club from Rhodora Wine Bar has two options to stock your wine rack and learn along the way. The Starter Pack for beginners includes three bottles per week for $60, while the Wine College pack comes with three bottles per week and a lesson with tasting notes and information on the producer and terroir for $120.
How to order: Order pickup/delivery online
Alongside a limited food menu from sister spots Honeybee’s and Mother of Pearl, Amor y Amargo is offering bottled versions of its popular bitter cocktails. Options like the Sharpie Mustache, a menu mainstay, and the Di Pompelmo, a refreshing tequila cocktail with grapefruit bitters, are available in bottles that contain about two and a half servings for $30. Plus, if you rack up an order of $100 or more, you can get it delivered on Mondays and Tuesdays.
How to order: DM the bar on Instagram to order pickup/delivery
However necessary your next beer run to the bodega may feel, you’re better off staying inside and waiting for your package from Threes Brewing to arrive instead. They ship across New York and offer free deliveries in NYC on orders of $50 or more. So your next tallboy of Logical Conclusion is never too far away.
How to order: Order pickup/delivery online
Whether you want a single drink or want to take home a growler of your favorite cocktail, White Oak Tavern has you covered. You can choose from a Manhattan, New Fashioned, rose sangria, or a Blood and Spice Margarita made with jalapeno-infused tequila, blood orange puree, and lime. The cocktails come in single servings for $10-$12 and growlers with enough for eight cocktails for $50-$60. Plus, the restaurant and bar is offering wine by the bottle and beer in growlers and cans to take home.
How to order: Stop by and take your order to go
Both Añejo locations will be offering a take out and delivery menu that includes four varieties of margaritas, cans of Tecate, and bottles of Corona. Plus, they have tables and chairs outside (six-feet away from each other, of course) so you can enjoy food orders outside before taking your cocktails home.
How to order: Pick up takeout orders from either location or order delivery online
The hip craft brewery is offering four-packs of cans and bottles in various sizes for delivery through Caviar. If you visit their facility to pick up a to-go order, you can buy beer (or even a whole keg!) and merchandise, too.
How to order: Pick up in store or order delivery on Caviar
At one of Brooklyn’s finest cocktail bars, bartenders are still mixing up classic (and perfect) gin martinis along with other unique offerings like the Lei’d to Rest and Gin Blossom. And with drinks available in special Clover Club kits or batched in large servings of three or 12, it’s super easy to make any order into a full-blown party, which everyone is deserving of right now.
How to order: Order take-out online
Arguably the best bar in the neighborhood, Dutch Kills is the only spot you’ll need in Long Island City for your cocktail fix. The bar is offering a mix of classics and a daily frozen special in single servings. You can also get one liter bottles of select cocktails with a 12-pack of gorgeous, clear big ice cubes to feel like you’re back at the bar.
How to order: Call 917-244-0969 for takeout/delivery (to all five boroughs) or order ahead at DutchKillsParties@gmail.com.
At this 200-year-old wine shop, you can shop in-store, order curbside pick up, or opt for delivery. Acker Wines will deliver anywhere in Manhattan for free, and they’ll also make rounds to Fire Island and the Hamptons on Fridays.
How to order: Call the store at 212-787-1700 or place your order online
We would give anything to be back in The Commodore throwing elbows to get to the bar for our third round of tiki drinks right now. And frankly we need all the painkillers we can get. Luckily The Commodore is now doing takeout and delivery to fulfill all of your tropical drink needs and deliver a fried chicken sandwich or two – no elbows necessary.
How to order: Call 718-218-7632 or order take-out/delivery on Caviar
The answer to “what’s your favorite drink?” can often depend on the day and mood. But no matter the response, Parker & Quinn has the answer. From beers and Champagne to entire liters of vodka, be sure to also check out a new food and drink pairing offered daily. Because, well, we need something in our system to soak everything up.
How to order: Order pickup/delivery online
This speakeasy is serving up four of its signature cocktails for takeout and delivery. Drinks like Radio Waves, which is named after the building this bar hides in, and Made From Memory are available for $14 and each cocktail comes with a bag of chips. Plus, for orders of $50 or more, they’ll throw in a roll of toilet paper.
How to order: Stop by the bar for takeout or call 414-216-6945 for delivery
You need rum and you need it now. I get it. One Hemmingway Slushie and a Happy Bastard coming right up! At Donna you can get these drinks and more from its regular menu in single format for about $14 all the way up to 32-ounce helpings that’ll last you... well, I’ll leave that up to you.
How to order: Order pickup/delivery through Seamless, Grubhub
This landmark wine and spirits superstore is remaining open during its normal business hours so you can stop in and buy your go-to bottle. Plus, the store offers next-day delivery in Manhattan from Battery Park to 125th Street. You can get free delivery if you commit to stocking up and spend $150 or more, but if you register a smaller order you’ll be charged a $35 delivery fee.
How to order: Stop in the store during normal business hours or schedule a delivery online
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