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Phil Murphy on Friday signed a bill that passed the Assembly unanimously making New Jersey the 32rd state plus the District of Columbia to allow restaurants and/or bars to sell to-go cocktails, bottled spirits, or both. Show full articles without "Continue Reading" button for {0} hours. ), offering some amazing stay-at-home dinner packages.

New Jersey bars and restaurants—you know, the ones that have worked hard to stay open during a pandemic—are coming through with cocktails to go. Here are just a few of our local favorites that are now offering to-go cups (fully sealed to avoid spills) filled with versions of their classic and specialty cocktails that will make your at-home dining experience that much more buzz-worthy. Cocktails-to-go bill is approved by Senate, and is on way to Gov.

(The owner of The Grand Tavern in Neptune City is rallying the community and pushing for the bill’s passage.). This Westwood spot helmed by Chef Robbie Felice is now serving to-go cups that perfectly accompany his gourmet Italian farm-to-table dishes. WolfNew Jersey also is waiving taxes on alcohol used to make hand sanitizer. "Despite their own struggles, distilleries have come to our aid and established themselves as selfless partners in this fight by shifting some of their production to hand sanitizer,” said Roy Freiman, a Democrat who represents Hunterdon, Mercer, Middlesex, and Somerset Counties, in a statement.“Giving them some financial leeway is how we thank them for their role in helping keep us all safe.”. Englewood’s best Italian steakhouse has done a great job pivoting after the pandemic shuttered its doors to diners (only temporarily, we hope!

Tom Wolf was given a cocktails-to-go bill Monday afternoon. or $30 for a 32 oz. —You can’t spell “Barcade” without “bar,” so no shock that after getting back to business, the much-beloved Barcade in Jersey City added a short-but-sweet cocktail kit list to its to-go menu. Click here to place your order or call 201-448-4184 to order. Court Street {61 6th Street, Hoboken} Hoboken’s Court Street is offering to-go cocktails, including discounted wines. Don’t worry, the kits and recipes are all relatively simple, revolving around a bottle of the featured liquor, with additional ingredients like fresh juice, bitters or a liqueur, and/or a garnish. In Pennsylvania, Gov.

Call (201) 722-1900 or click here to place your pick-up or delivery order (Wednesday - Sunday, 4 pm to 8 pm). Wolf. Choose from a margarita or a Moscow Mule from the “Locked and Loaded” menu ($15 for 16 oz. Prices range from $45 (for 6) to $80 (for 12). Like us on Facebook to see similar stories, US coronavirus: More than 100,000 new Covid-19 infections reported, the most cases in a single day since pandemic's start, Restaurants and bars owned by celebrities. The Distilled Spirits Council of America says there are 19 distilleries making hand sanitizer in New Jersey. Just download their free app from the App Store or Google Play and have all your favorite bottles and top-shelf bar accessories ready to be picked up or delivered straight to your door (contactless, of course) that same day. Their margarita gets a hibiscus treatment with the addition of a tart, fresh, lemon-lime hibiscus simple syrup and they’ve got a strawberry mojito made with strawberry-mint simple syrup, fresh strawberries and mint.

), offering some amazing, This Westwood spot helmed by Chef Robbie Felice is now serving to-go cups that perfectly accompany his gourmet Italian farm-to-table dishes. Under the Pennsylvania bill, drinks must be of 4 to 64 ounces and are limited to takeout. ), a selection of IPA, lager and pilsners ($7 each) from the “Road Soda” menu, or—our favorite!—a DIY “Just Stir” cocktail kit ($30), which gives you all the ingredients (including ice!) or $30 for a 32 oz.

Sponsors of the bill, now law, issued the following statements: “Local restaurants and bars that relied heavily on taproom revenues are finding it tough to make ends meet,” said John Burzichelli, a Democrat from Cumberland, Gloucester, and Salem Counties. The New Jersey bill’s provisions would expire six months after the end of the state of emergency or on the day that coronavirus-related executive or administrative orders expire, whichever occurs later. —Low Fidelity in Jersey City has been serving their Detroit-style pizza for takeout from the beginning of the pandemic. On Facebook they mention drinks like Knob Creek old-fashioneds, jalapeño-pineapple margaritas, mai tais, and Aviations, a classic cocktail made with gin, maraschino liqueur, and crème de violette.

Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. to make two Old Fashioned, Negroni, or Manhattan drinks. New Jersey bars and restaurants—you know, the ones that have worked hard to stay open during a pandemic—are coming through with cocktails to go. Cocktails-to-go bill is approved by Senate, and is on way to Gov.

Corgi Spirits is a New Jersey-based, small-batch, craft distillery, now open for to-go-cocktails. Choose from a margarita or a Moscow Mule from the “Locked and Loaded” menu ($15 for 16 oz.