HOUSTON – With the news that dine-in service would be prohibited due to the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Greg Abbott issued a temporary waiver that would allow restaurants to include alcohol beverages in takeout and delivery orders.
All alcohol included in takeout or delivery orders must be sold in the original container that was sealed by the manufacturer of the beverage, according to the Texas Alcohol Beverage Commission.
Under the relaxed policy, the customer must not be intoxicated and must present valid proof of their identity that confirms they are at least 21 years old when the order is delivered.
According to TABC, there is no required food-to-alcohol ratio.
EaterHouston compiled a list of all restaurants offering cocktail kits, wine, and beer deliveries in Houston.
Here are the restaurants that will deliver beer with your food order:
• The Burger Joint
Offering bottled beer for curbside pickup or delivery via UberEats and DoorDash.
• The General Public
Offering select beers for $3 for curbside pickup and Favor delivery.
• Dish Society
Offering beer with food orders at all Dish Society locations excluding Finn Hall outpost.
• Goode Company BBQ
Offering beer to-go.
• Lucky’s Pub West
Offering cases of beer, Karbach brews, and more for pick up and delivery daily starting at noon.
• Molina’s Cantina
Offering beer for curbside and delivery.
• Monkey’s Tail
Offering beer for takeout and delivery.
• The Rustic
Offering discounted beers for curbside pickup and delivery via Favor.
• State Fare
Offering beer along with $10 e-gift cards for all takeout orders.