To Go Cocktails Near Me:
Last updated: July 3, 2020, after the latest suspension of on-site alcohol consumption.
Originally published: May 22, 2020. It’s official: To go cocktails in Pittsburgh are now allowed. And, while there are restrictions (containers must be sealed, only bars and restaurants with liquor licenses are able to sell), lots of establishments are taking advantage of the new (temporary) law.
We’ve started a list of where you can find to go cocktails in Pittsburgh, organized by neighborhood, and will continue to update.
Know of any other spots offering cocktails to go? Let us know in the comments, or email [email protected]
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Pittsburgh Bars & Restaurants Currently Offering To Go Cocktails
**Organized By Neighborhood**
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Note: Changes happen frequently, so check a restaurant’s website/social media (linked below) for the most up-to-date information.
Station has just re-opened, offering a unique spin on takeout, with a number of family-style meals available, along with some of their most beloved sides (including chicken liver mousse and roasted corn soup). They also are offering a selection of cocktails to go, like their Hanky Panky, Corpse Reviver and Penicillin, made with Scotch, honey ginger and Lemoncello. Cocktails are available in batches that serve two or four. Order online. Station (4744 Liberty Avenue)
Each bottled cocktail is made fresh to go. Their menu includes Frozen Jabroni, Cosmopolitans, Gimlets, French 75s, Jungle Birds, Penicillins, Whiskey Sours, Negronis, White Negronis, Old Fashioneds, and Manhattans. Order online.
Tina’s (4114 Main Street)
It’s time for some Soju Punch! The Garfield eatery is serving up their super tasty concoction (with Soju, rum, mango, pineapple, ginger, pomegranate, yakult, and soda for $10 to go. Call 412-956-7699 to order.
Soju (4923 Penn Avenue)
Casbah is offering their Springtime Mule, Boyd and Basil, and Black Walnut Manhattan cocktails to go, along with 32 oz.-sangria. Order online.
Casbah (229 South Highland Avenue)
Get Tetsu Old Fashioneds, Cucumber Collins and Muigaritas from Soba. They also have Japanese bottles of beer and growler fill-ups. Order online.
Soba (5847 Ellsworth Avenue)
Beer, wine and cocktails, including their Bloody Mary, Cucumber Mule, Strawberry Banana Margarita, Fred’s Old Fashioned, Negroni and Summer Sazerac are available to go. They also now have canned Espresso Quarantinis, canned espresso cocktails. Head to their website to order.
The Warren (245 7th Street)
Bridges & Bourbon
Cocktails are now available to go at Bridges & Bourbon from 4:00 to 9:00 p.m. Tuesdays through Sundays. Cocktails are available in small batch or large batch, and include B&B Old Fashioned, Blueberry Bramble, Appalachian Trail, Butterfly Effect, Passion Fruit Margaritas and Irish Car Bombs. Order online.
Bridges & Bourbon (930 Penn Avenue)
The Commoner is currently offering a number of cocktails to go, including the Commoner Old Fashioned, Mai Tai, Daq Attack, Flip Flop Drop Top, and Blood Orange Negroni. They’re also open for takeout and delivery. Order online. The Commoner (620 William Penn Place)
Cocktails to go are a go at Bar Botanico, including their Bruto Negroni, Rye Old Fashioned, Margaritas de Botanico, Cool Hand Cuke, The Daiquiri, The Bees Knees, or let the bartenders custom make a drink of their choice just for your. Small cocktails (serving 2) are $15, medium cocktails (serving 4) are $28, and large cocktails (serving 8) are $48. Order online or call 412-258-4790.
Bar Botanico (4325 Butler Street)
Morcilla has Sangaria kits to go, along with a selection of cocktails, including the Green Velvet, Keep It On The Aloe, and Aperol Fresa. Order online.
Morcilla (3519 Butler Street)
You can now get a small list of some of Grapperia’s favorite cocktails to go. Call 412-622-0111 to order.
Grapperia (3801 Butler Street)
Cocktails to go are now live at Smoke in Lawrenceville. They have a rotating list of 32 oz. drinks available, with options that could include House Margaritas, Spicy Margaritas, Big Fizz, Lorettas, and Jungle Birds (all serving 5).
Smoke (4115 Butler Street)
Vandal cocktails to go include the Lavender Bee’s Knees, Lillet Spritz, Pimm’s Cup, Negroni and Summer Punch. Each cocktail is bottled as a double and serves two. Order online.
The Vandal (4306 Butler Street)
Spirit is offering featured cocktails to go every Friday, Saturday and Sunday for pick up. Current options include the Hey, Strawberry!, Old Fashioneds, Spritz From A Rose, and Negronis. Order online.
Spirit (252 51st Street)
Muddy Waters Oyster Bar
All of Muddy Waters’ cocktails are available to go, including their Bloody Mary, Clarified Milk Punch, Southern Belle, Margarita, Louisiana Stinger, Sazerac, Aperol Spritz and Boulevardier. They also have malt-based frozen cocktails to go, too. Order online.
Muddy Waters Oyster Bar (130 S. Highland Avenue)
Bird On The Run
Order frozen cocktails to go (malt-beverage based) in flavors like green apple, lemonade, cherry or margarita. Order online.
Bird On The Run (128 S Highland Ave)
Cocktails to go include the alcoholic version of their Alpine Punch, Old Fashioned kits for four, Negroni kits, Strawberry Frieslings, and 25.4 oz. cans of their house-made Gin & Tonics. Order online.
Lorelei (124 S. Highland Avenue)
The Strip District
Kaya’s to-go offering is Frozen Grapefruit-Basil Margaritas, Spicy Margaritas, and Rum Punch, which come in 32 oz. containers for $15. Call 412-261-6565 to order.
Kaya (2000 Smallman Street)
DiAnoia’s Eatery is offering plenty of cocktail options, like the Bicicletta, the Tonico al Caffe, the Hibiscus Mule, the Pisolino, the Aperol Spritz and ‘Giada’s? Julep A La Mente.’ All cocktails come in packs of four and you can mix and match two to complete your order. Order online.
DiAnoia’s Eatery (2549 Penn Avenue)
Maggie’s Farm Rum
Curbside pickup for Maggie’s Farm Rum cocktails runs from Thursdays through Sundays, and includes options like Mojitos, Painkillers, Corn ‘n’ Oil and the Bali Hai. Order online.
Maggie’s Farm Rum (3212 Smallman Street)
The Independent + Hidden Harbor
Sister restaurants The Independent and Hidden Harbor are joining forces for the summer to serve takeout cocktails (and food, too). Look for options like Spanish-style Gin & Tonic, Cassiano’s Call, Daiquiris, and the Mr. Blue Sky, with cucumber-infused gin, lemon, blueberry, elderflower and sage.
The Independent (1704 Shady Avenue)
Della Terra’s cocktail offerings include frozen ‘Della Daiquiris’ and Frose. Ask about their specials when you call 724-473-0630.
Della Terra (100 N. Main Street, Zelienople)
On Alta Via’s cocktail to go menu you’ll find Manhattans, Barrel-Aged Boulevardiers and Grapefruit-Basil Margaritas. Order online.
Alta Via (46 Fox Chapel Road)
Not only can you find spiked shakes from Burgatory Bar, but they also have Mike’s Scratch Margaritas and Strawberry Basil Shags available to go!
Burgatory Bar (multiple locations)
Know of any other spots to find to go cocktails in Pittsburgh? Let us know in the comments!