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June 29, 2020
SF Bars Are Still Closed For Outdoor Drinking. Visit These 7 Carryout Spots, Instead.
Our seven favorite spots in SF to get cocktails, beer and wine to-go right now.
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San Francisco is holding off on reopening bars for outdoor drinking (for now), but you can still enjoy a beverage from one of the many spots around the city offering cocktails, beer, and wine to-go. Below, we’re highlighting just a few of our favorite drinking spots, with suggestions on what to order. For more alcohol takeout options, check out our other guides here.

  • The Vampiro from Elda: Elda is one of our favorite cocktails bars in the Mission, and they’re offering their Vampiro cocktail with mezcal, lemon juice, beet & orange shrub, and cinnamon. It’s downright refreshing.

  • Tommy’s Margarita from Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant: If you’re going to have a margarita, make sure it’s a great one. So order a margarita kit from Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant. Each kit comes with a bottle of tequila, two (Tommy’s) glasses, and a bottle of their excellent homemade margarita mix. Each kit serves 13.

  • Bunny Poison from Macondray: You can’t go wrong with any of the cocktails from the New England-inspired bar in Russian Hill. And right now they’re offering a limited cocktail menu (and new sidewalk seating). For cocktails, try the Bunny Poison with gin, rhubarb, cucumber, and vermouth.

  • Beer from Old Devil Moon: Old Devil Moon in Bernal Heights currently has a large selection of can pints to-go and Pliny the Elder by the case. They also have cider, wine, and cocktail kits if beer isn’t quite your thing.

  • Oaxacan Negroni from Sunset Cantina: We love coming to this Sunset bar and restaurant on Judah for mezcal or tequila cocktails. They have an excellent Oaxacan negroni, which is being served as a double on their new sidewalk seating area.

  • A whiskey ginger from The Page: In the Before Times, we loved hanging out at one of the seats by the window, and drinking whiskey gingers. The neighborhood bar on Divisadero is now offering basic cocktails, like vodka sodas and gin and tonics, in mason jars (and burritos from The Little Chihuahua). They also have a waitlist if you care for sidewalk seating.

  • Wine-by-the-glass from Verjus: The FiDi spot is currently operating as a market with fresh produce, housemade sausages, cheese, and smoked salmon to-go. And, of course, they also have wine-by-the-glass and bottles to enjoy in their outdoor seating area. And if they have pâté en croûte on the menu order it - it’s one of the best we’ve ever had.

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