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Wine bars turn to takeout in lieu of new regulations

Wine bars turn to takeout in lieu of new regulations

Wine bars turn to takeout in lieu of new regulations

Gone are the days of relying on the LCBO for your wine needs. Following the AGCO's announcement that restaurants can now include alcohol in their takeout orders, Toronto wine bars have devised a creative way to continue serving their loyal customers. You can now enjoy that hard-to-find Susucaru or that earthy skin-contact wine from the comfort of your own couch. Wine bars are including things like chips, marinated olives and cured meats to adhere to rules that alcohol must be served with food.

Paradise Grapevine announced their new online wine shop, bottles available for shipping or to pick-up in-store.

Paris Paris announced they will be selling bottles from a curated list online, available for pick-up.

Archive announced takeaway wine orders, accompanying their small snack menu, are now available.

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It is with pleasure that we announce that Archive will now be doing take-out. We are starting with a small menu of food items to ensure that we can deliver them in a safe manner. With the purchase of a food item you may also order from our bottle list, which has been marked down for the duration of the social distancing efforts. Link to bottle list in bio All prices do not include HST Please email info@archive909.com to place your order Orders received before midnight will be ready for pick-up the following day between 1pm and 6pm. In accordance with the AGCO rules, food must be ordered with wine. Payment by eTransfer to info@archive909.com or by Tap are available. Cash will not be accepted at this time. In accordance with AGCO regulations the person who pays for the order must be the one to pick it up & no alcohol will be served to minors. If there is a line we will be enforcing physical distancing rules, breaking these rules will lead to us refusing service. This is our first attempt at doing take-out we, thank you in advance for your patience, we are open to constructive criticism and will likely be tweaking our offerings and methods as we find better ways of serving our customers. Food Menu Spiced Almonds $3 Olives $5 Prairie Boy Bread $7 Build your Own Meat and Cheese board $6/Item Cheeses; Mimmolette: Hard, Pasteurized, French, Cow Thea: Semi-firm, Pasteurized, Ontario, Sheep Comte Juraflore: Hard, Raw, French, Cow Meats; Bresaola: Cured beef Tenderloin Capicollo: Cured Pork Lonzino: Cured Pork Loin Note: All food items will come individually vacuum packed, except for the bread which will come in it’s original paper bag.

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Head out, support small businesses and rejoice because this is, by far, the best news I've heard all week.

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Paradise Grapevine

Paris Paris

Drink At Home

Wine Takeout

COVID-19

Wine bars turn to takeout in lieu of new regulations

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Wine bars turn to takeout in lieu of new regulations

Robin Winship

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Gone are the days of relying on the LCBO for your wine needs. Following the AGCO's announcement that restaurants can now include alcohol in their takeout orders, Toronto wine bars have devised a creative way to continue serving their loyal customers. You can now enjoy that hard-to-find Susucaru or that earthy skin-contact wine from the comfort of your own couch. Wine bars are including things like chips, marinated olives and cured meats to adhere to rules that alcohol must be served with food.

Paradise Grapevine announced their new online wine shop, bottles available for shipping or to pick-up in-store.

Paris Paris announced they will be selling bottles from a curated list online, available for pick-up.

Archive announced takeaway wine orders, accompanying their small snack menu, are now available.

View this post on Instagram

It is with pleasure that we announce that Archive will now be doing take-out. We are starting with a small menu of food items to ensure that we can deliver them in a safe manner. With the purchase of a food item you may also order from our bottle list, which has been marked down for the duration of the social distancing efforts. Link to bottle list in bio All prices do not include HST Please email info@archive909.com to place your order Orders received before midnight will be ready for pick-up the following day between 1pm and 6pm. In accordance with the AGCO rules, food must be ordered with wine. Payment by eTransfer to info@archive909.com or by Tap are available. Cash will not be accepted at this time. In accordance with AGCO regulations the person who pays for the order must be the one to pick it up & no alcohol will be served to minors. If there is a line we will be enforcing physical distancing rules, breaking these rules will lead to us refusing service. This is our first attempt at doing take-out we, thank you in advance for your patience, we are open to constructive criticism and will likely be tweaking our offerings and methods as we find better ways of serving our customers. Food Menu Spiced Almonds $3 Olives $5 Prairie Boy Bread $7 Build your Own Meat and Cheese board $6/Item Cheeses; Mimmolette: Hard, Pasteurized, French, Cow Thea: Semi-firm, Pasteurized, Ontario, Sheep Comte Juraflore: Hard, Raw, French, Cow Meats; Bresaola: Cured beef Tenderloin Capicollo: Cured Pork Lonzino: Cured Pork Loin Note: All food items will come individually vacuum packed, except for the bread which will come in it’s original paper bag.

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Head out, support small businesses and rejoice because this is, by far, the best news I've heard all week.

Tags:

Paradise Grapevine

Paris Paris

Drink At Home

Wine Takeout

COVID-19