July 1, 2020
The Silver Lining: Texas Rushes to Open Up Liquor Laws

Big news from the governor's office for bars and restaurants looking to sell mixed drinks to-go.

Now that bars are once again shut down and restaurants are about to be scaled back to 50 percent, the governor Saturday approved a new waiver aimed at helping their revenue stream.

The waiver lets restaurants and some bars offer alcohol pickup and delivery.

To qualify, they have to have a Mixed Beverage Permit as well as permanent food service capabilities. The alcohol order must also come with a food order.

Under the waiver, the drinks must be mixed on-site, sealed with tape that says the establishment's name and that there's alcohol in the container, then placed in a bag that is closed with a zip-tie.

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