First Jeremy Fox’s Jewish-Midwestern-Californian dining spot flipped to offer pantry and larder items in addition to its takeout menu, and now it's expanding with plenty of alcohol, including cocktails to-go. Find funky wines, bubbly from the Loire Valley, and local craft beer, with most wine bottles arranged by body. Cocktails come $32 for three drinks or $60 for six, in classic-leaning options such as a negroni, a martini, a margarita and their chrysanthemum take on an old-fashioned.
Don’t even think about running to the store: Some of L.A.’s best restaurants and bars have your back when you need a stiff drink at home, thanks to a new order from Mayor Garcetti. Restaurants and bars can now deliver alcohol to your door—whether it’s craft beer, wine or house-made cocktails—as long as they’re offering food, which means we can finally sip from some of our favorite spots in town from the comfort of our own couches.
Looking for a larger selection? There’s an app for that. A handful of websites and mobile apps devoted to alcohol delivery partner with local liquor stores, so you can shop virtually and build out your home bar—complete with accessories like copper strainers and even CBD tinctures. If you’re looking for a booze brought to you, here’s where to order from in Los Angeles.