Worldwide icon-chevron-right North America icon-chevron-right United States icon-chevron-right Illinois icon-chevron-right Chicago icon-chevron-right The 11 best alcohol delivery services in Chicago

Heads up! We’re working hard to be accurate – but these are unusual times, so please always check before heading out.

cocktail, drink, Yulia Grigoryeva, shutterstock
Photograph: Shutterstock/Yulia Grigoryeva

The 11 best alcohol delivery services in Chicago

Need booze fast? Order using the best alcohol delivery services in Chicago.

By Time Out Chicago editors
Advertising

We get it. Sometimes you need booze delivered straight to your door so that you can continue your streaming spree uninterrupted. That's where the best alcohol delivery services in Chicago come in handy. These digital retailers make it easy to shop the latest releases from the best breweries in Chicago and stock your home bar with liquor from local makers like Koval, Letherbee and Rhine Hall. With these nifty alcohol delivery apps, someone else does the shopping, allowing you to kick back and relax while you wait for your favorite bottle to arrive at your doorstep. Here's hoping you've learned a thing or two from the mix masters at the best bars in Chicago! No matter what you're craving, the best alcohol delivery services in Chicago have all of your booze needs covered.

RECOMMENDED: The best grocery delivery services in Chicago

Alcohol delivery services in Chicago

Photograph: Courtesy Drizly/Kristen R. Fields

1. Drizly

Drizly guarantees delivery in under an hour, so it very well may take you longer to decide what you want to order than it will to arrive at your doorstep. With a huge variety and the ability to compare prices, this national service offers a top-notch virtual shopping experience. Plus, it doesn't hurt that you can stock up on Chicago brands like Koval, Moody Tongue and Letherbee.

Photograph: Eric Kleinberg for Foxtrot

2. Foxtrot

There's never been a better time to shop local, and the folks at Chicago-born Foxtrot make it easy with locations in West Loop, Lincoln Park, River North, Wicker Park, Old Town and beyond. Browse bespoke snacks, locally crafted treats (like popsicles from Pretty Cool Ice Cream!), and a killer selection of beer, wine and hard seltzer. Keep an eye out for fan-favorite local brands like Marz Community Brewing, Middle Brow and Maplewood.

Advertising
Photograph: Unsplash/Marina Zaharkina

3. Saucey

If you're looking for a very particular bottle of booze—like a Japanese whiskey or a vintage champagne—Saucy has you covered with a craft-heavy selection that feels a bit more upscale. In the "extras" section, guests can toss in fresh citrus, mixers, chocolate bars, frozen pizzas and cigars. You never know what you'll be craving after two Old Fashioneds.

Photograph: Courtesy Spirit Hub

4. Spirit Hub

For drinkers with a discerning palate, this craft-booze hub is like Disneyland—without the lines or the screaming kids. With the click of a button, you can shop spirits from independent craft distilleries throughout the country. The coolest thing about Spirit Hub is that you're likely to stumble across products you've never heard of (like bourbon whiskey finished in maple syrup barrels), making it an ideal place to discover a new favorite.

Advertising
Photograph: Yulia Grigoryeva/Shutterstock

5. Instacart

The seemingly endless inventory of Binny's Beverage Depot is available at your fingertips through Instacart, so you don't have to haul that box of wine to your apartment on foot. Shop beer, wine, spirits, mixology accessories and glassware. Instacart will show you what's on sale, too, so that you can always fill your fridge on a budget.

Photograph: Unsplash/Lefteris Kallergis

6. Postmates

Sure, you've used Postmates to have Taco Bell ferried straight to your door at 2am, but did you know your trusty driver will pick up your alcohol order, too? Sit back, relax and peruse a tightly curated selection of beer, wine, spirits and mixers—all available on the app or online.

Advertising
Photograph: Courtesy Minibar/Frank Kuo

7. Minibar

With its robust selection of fine wines and spirits, it's not hard to hit Minibar's $25 minimum. Fill your cart with bottles of rosé and bubbly, six-packs of beer and handles of booze. As a fun bonus, Minibar has a great selection of CBD-infused products, including sodas, drops, powders and candies.

Photograph: Shutterstock/Sergey Smolentsev

8. Amazon PrimeNow

If you already pay for Amazon Prime, ordering alcohol from PrimeNow is another good way to take advantage of your subscription. In Chicago, you can browse Whole Foods' selection of wine, beer and booze, add what you want to your cart and select a delivery window. Your shopper will brave the grocery store for your items, and a driver will deliver it straight to you. Easy!

Advertising
Photograph: Hermes Rivera on Unsplash

9. Grubhub

In addition to delivering feast-worthy food to your abode, Grubhub allows participating restaurants to sell bottles of wine and beer, so you can easily upgrade your meal with an adult beverage. If you search for "alcohol," a list of restaurants that offer boozy add-ons will appear. Happy shopping!

Uber Eats
Photograph: Justin Walker courtesy Uber Eats

10. Uber Eats

Just like its peers, Uber Eats allows you to shop your favorite restaurant's wine cellar or beer stash while you get your grub on. When you're ordering from Furious Spoon, for instance, you can toss in a sake bomb kit or a DIY margarita kit. If you'd rather skip the food altogether, you can browse select liquor stores and 7-Eleven locations instead. Just be prepared to show ID as soon as your driver arrives.

Advertising
Photograph: Courtesy goPuff

11. goPuff

The folks at goPuff cut out the middleman so that your delivery arrives at lightning speed. Shop their local facility for munchies, personal care products, over-the-counter meds, ice cream and—of course—booze. They've got a robust selection of beer, wine and spirits to choose from.

Find the best cocktails in Chicago

Berkshire Room
Photo: Jason Little

Cocktails in Chicago

Bars

Whether you're looking for your next stop for a drink or want to try to make one yourself, we've got you covered with our guide to cocktails in Chicago.

Recommended

    More from Time In

      You may also like

        Advertising