Cocktails to go are now legal in Pennsylvania thanks to a new law designed to help restaurants and bars that are struggling during the coronavirus pandemic — which is essentially all of them. There are several stipulations around it, but the TL;DR is places that already have restaurant liquor licenses can now sell mixed drinks if they also sell food.
The change is not intended to be permanent. Once a restaurant reaches 60 percent occupancy or more, it can no longer sell takeout cocktails. But with dining rooms still closed throughout the Philadelphia area, it’s unlikely any restaurant is going to hit that any time soon. So for now, here are 18 options for takeout margaritas, painkillers, boozy water ice, and more.Read More