New York Bars Now Serving Boozy Drinks ‘To Go’

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After having their doors shut because of the novel coronavirus, restaurants and bars throughout New York state now have the opportunity to sell boozy drinks for delivery and takeout. But they are faced with a new challenge: How exactly do you prepare and package a cocktail to go?

As part of the sweeping, pandemic-related changes, the state eased prior rules that prohibited dining and drinking spots from offering products with liquor for off-premise consumption. Previously, the establishments only could sell beer to go.

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