COCKTAILS

 TO GO

We really have cocktails to go!   Of course, there are some restrictions -- see below.  

Limit is one per person. Proof of age required.

"Shake & Take" Cocktails 

While we will gladly make any cocktail you choose to-go, be aware that cocktails with carbonated mixers will not travel well and retain their integrity.  With this in mind we have selected the following beverages from our cocktail menu as they will be as delicious at home as they are in our restaurant. 

   Quarantine Punch  ($10)  Captain Morgan Silver Spiced Rum, OJ, Pineapple Cranberry, Mango puree, Meyer's Float

   Signature Cocktails  ($10.50)  Ginger Rogers, Apple Cider Sidecar, Jenny in the City, Maple Bourbon Sour

   Martinis:  Appletini($9), Cosmo ($9), Espresso Martini ($13) , Lemondrop Martini ($9) , Pineapple Upside Cake ($9), Pomegranate Martini ($11)

 

  Classic Cocktails:  Mai Tai ($10),  LIT ($12), Margarita ($10 : Classic, Mango, Blackberry or Spicy) 

  Wine: can be servers to-go by the bottle or by the pour (3, 6 or 9 oz.)

  Domestic Beer Cans/Bottles:  Pacifico, Miller Lite, Michelob Ultra, Bud Light, PBR 16oz., Heineken, Blue Moon

  Craft Cans/Bottles: Bull City Ciderworks, Fortnight Siren Lager, White Street Scottish Ale, Lonerider Shotgun Betty, Durty Bull $400 Jeans 16oz.

Know How to Go

Governor Roy Cooper signed an executive order authorizing the North Carolina ABC Commission to allow mixed drinks to be delivered or carried out as an alternative to in-person consumption. The order is in effect from December 21 at 5 p.m.  Here’s what you need to know about the ruling and what local bars will be offering to-go cocktails.

You must have proof of age and identification. You will have to prove you are over 21 whether your cocktail is for carry-out or delivery.

Buyer must be recipient. The person who purchases the drink must be the person who receives it. That means your partner/spouse/friend/mother can’t pick up your carry-out cocktail.

How many? You can only purchase one at a time (it can be a double) and if you appear intoxicated the seller or delivery driver can refuse to give it to you. More than one drink can be delivered per house because multiple people live in the same house, but each purchaser must be present to receive their drink.

 

Can I buy a bottle of liquor? No. But they can sell you bottles of wine and/or beer.

 

Do I have to order food to get cocktail delivered? No.

 

Hours: Delivery or carry-out cocktails are available until 2 a.m. You can leave your home to pick one up. However, on premise sales still must end by 9 p.m.

Transporting cocktails to-go. Open container laws are still in effect. The sealed cocktail container must be kept in the passenger area of the car at all times.

For more details, read the full executive order here, or go to the state’s FAQ page.