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Some of Dallas’ Favorite Cocktails Are Now Available To-Go

Enjoy a Meal and Signature Cocktail (or a DIY Cocktail Kit) Delivered to Your Door

BY // 03.20.20

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has now made it possible to order cocktails to-go (with the purchase of food) from local restaurants in an attempt to help out Texas businesses in the service industry, as well as… well, Texans, during this rough time.

Now that beer, wine, and cocktail delivery is a very real (and beautiful) thing, we’re suggesting some greats ones to order with your to-go or curbside pickup.

Hudson House cocktail delivery
Hudson House is offering a Frozen Peach Bellini to-go. (Courtesy of Hudson House)

Frozen Peach Bellini at Hudson House

With any to-go orders and delivery within a 2-mile radius, you can get Hudson House’s famous Frozen Peach Bellini for just $6. The beloved frozen cocktail includes “strong mounts of vodka,” fresh-sliced peaches, and a signature Grand Marnier floater.

 

Rodeo Goat cocktail delivery
Rodeo Goat’s Moontang cocktail to-go.

Moontang at Rodeo Goat

Now that Rodeo Goat’s to-go options come with cocktail delivery, may we suggest their Moontang drink?  A mixture of Firefly Moonshine, Tang, and “other things” (as the website says), this concoction is a refreshing retreat from everything that’s going on right now. There are three ways to order: Uber Eats or DoorDash and they’ll deliver it to your door, call it in and swing by for curbside pickup, or order in person “Drive-Thru”-style.

 

MoMo’s Dallas
Vecchio Stile

Vecchio Stile at MoMo’s Italian Kitchen

MoMo’s Italian Kitchen is featuring their low ABV cocktails including the Vecchio Stile, which is a take on an Old Fashioned made with Cardamaro, and La Copa Vermouth Bitters. For $12, along with a food order, pick up curbside.

 

 Miriam Cocina cocktail delivery

32 oz Margarita at Miriam Cocina Latina

Miriam Cocina Latina’s Passion Fruit Mezcalita and Acapulquena Margarita are now available for cocktail delivery in 32-ounce jars, each priced at $30. Just shake and pour over ice at home.

 

The Biscuit Bar
Get the Booze Crooze or The Watermelon Rancher to-go from The Biscuit Bar.

Booze Crooze & The Watermelon Rancher at The Biscuit Bar

The Biscuit Bar is offering their favorite boozy beverages for single consumption or batch orders. Enjoy the Blackberry Tequila Smash, Brunch Punch or Bloody Mary for weekend brunch plans or grab a jug of the BBar Marg or Wobbly Arnold for your personal at-home happy hour. Prices vary for cocktails and are available for pickup at all locations. Details & full menu available online located here.

Cocktail Kits

Grange Hall is offering all sorts of fun cocktail kits for $95 each with any food takeaway or delivery orders. You can choose from all of their favorites like Secret Addiction, Turmeric Thyme, Cinnamon Old Fashioned, Behind the Curtain, Ranch Water, Margarita, and Martini. They all come with 375 ml of spirit, ingredients and instructions to make your own drinks. All kits make between five and eight servings.

At Bowen House, you can also order DIY cocktail kits for $45 each. These kits make between six and eight drinks and include concoctions like Herbal Collins with vodka, lemon, rosemary, basil and Topo Chico, Old Fashioned, Daiquiri, Immunity Tonic, and Jalapeño Mint Paloma. Each kit comes with 375 ml of spirit and juices to mix. Bowen House will also be streaming cocktail making classes from their social media channels.

Primo's

Tex-Mex newbie, but also oldie, Primo’s MX Kitchen & Lounge is offering margarita kits for $50 for four people, with the option to go up to six, with any takeout or delivery order over $50. These come with everything you need to make a margarita on the rocks, including mix, your choice of Tequila, limes, salt, and plastic cups. Just add ice.

 

Standard Pour
(Courtesy of Standard Door Delivery)

The Standard Pour, The Clover Club, and Parliament have combined their efforts to create one Standard Door Delivery. Besides lunch and dinner, Standard Door is offering cocktail kits of some of their most popular drinks. From $40 to $45, you can choose from Moscow Mule, Garden Gimlet, Peach Smash, Old Fashioned, Gin & Fever-Tree Tonic, or Vodka & Fever-Tree Tonic. All make about six servings. Or if you’re feeling really fancy, they have a French 75 kit with (Moet Chandon) for $100 and makes 10 servings. A mimosa kit is also available for $20.

Mesero is offering margarita kits for $50 that make four servings and include two extra shots of tequila blanco.

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