Finally The Take-Out We’ve All Been Waiting For… Cocktails!
Happy hour has been saved! With to-go cocktails, beer, and wine from your favorite restaurant now available.
They say you don’t know what you had until it’s gone, and that is something we are all coming to truly realize during this pandemic! Something as simple as enjoying an after work happy hour with co-workers, meeting friends for dinner, or going on a date night with your partner are all adult activities that were there one day and gone the next. While many of us having been doing what we can to support our favorite local restaurants the one thing we couldn’t enjoy was their adult menu- their carefully curated lists of wine and beer, and their specialty cocktails.
We are “thisclose” to being able to do so! As PA restaurant owners await one final signature approving the bill to permit carry-out alcohol sales many of them have been crafting ways to make your favorites accessible to you to go. And we are all about serving our community here, so to do our part we have rounded up the restaurants offering this for you! (Side note- if you don’t drink alcohol or you are pregnant ask the restaurant to make your fave sans spirits, they’re delicious!)
660 E. Lancaster Ave, Berwyn
Add a bottle of wine to your take-out order!
560 Wellington Square, Exton
Al Pastor’s cocktails are all $30 for 32 ounces for the following menu:
Traditional Margarita – tequila, triple sec, house sour mix
Flavored Margarita Options – mango, pineapple, cucumber jalapeno
Mai Tai – light & dark rum, orgeat, lime juice
Azie on Main
789 Lancaster Avenue, Villanova
Beer, wine, and mixed drinks are available to order with your take-out!
7 E. Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore
The Bercy is offering several cocktails to go, in 32-ounce containers for $30. The Old Fashioned is 16 ounces. Choose from: The Bercy, Dark & Fancy, St. Germain Margarita, Ardmore Fish House Punch, Mai Tai, and their Montreal Old Fashioned Kit.
Christopher’s: A Neighborhood Place
108 N. Wayne Ave, Wayne
Not only is Christopher’s one of our top recommended family-friendly dining establishments, they also know how to take care of the parents! Their take-out menu is full of our regular favorites and they are offering beer, wine, and cocktails to go!
Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
670 West Dekalb Pike, King of Prussia
Wine and mixed drink options included in your curbside pick-up order!
The Goat’s Beard
103 N. Wayne Avenue, Wayne
Not only is the menu one of my favorites, I sometimes just chose this restaurant for dinner or apps because they make my favorite cocktail! Now I can add-on a container of the Friendly Neighbor, as well as other cocktails, bottles of wine, and draft beer (including growler fill-ups!).
128 Ford Street, Conshohocken
Offering beer along with their take-out menu!
34 E. Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore
Enjoy an ice cold adult slushie! Choose from Spiked Arnold Palmer and Spiked Colada these beverages are $6 for 16 ounces and $10 for 32 ounces.
98 Cricket Avenue, Ardmore
Offering Grab & Go Cocktails from their full menu (one serving, priced from $5-9), 16-ounce spiked seltzer slushies made with real fruit (because it’s all about being health conscious, right?) for $6, and craft beer in a 32-ounce container with a lid for $8.
The Pub of Penn Valley
863 Montgomery Avenue, Narberth
Serving you with beer, mixed drinks, and growlers!
7 W. King Street, Malvern
Restaurant Alba is some of the most authentic food you’ll find in our area, and now in addition to their regular menu, specials, and pantry items, you can also get bottles of wine (at a 20% discount!), draft beer, and containers of your favorite cocktail!
Stove and Tap
329 W. Main Street, Lansdale (note- the Malvern location is closed at this time)
Stove and Tap is offering several cocktails to go, in 32-ounce containers for $30. The Old Fashioned is 16 ounces. Choose from their Traditional Margarita, Mai Tai, or their Maple Old Fashioned Kits.
Southern Cross Kitchen
8 E. First Avenue, Conshohocken
Offering beer with your take-out order!
Thank you to Aversa PR and the Main Line Restaurant Review Facebook Group for helping to provide some of the information for this article!
Photo courtesy of The Goat’s Beard.