People can now order Alcoholic Beverages and Mixed Cocktails from the Comfort of their Homes in New Jersey

People in New Jersey breathe a sigh of relief as Gov. Murphy signed the legislation, permitting restaurants to sell alcoholic beverages and cocktails online. Last Saturday, Gov. Murphy signed the legislation, which allowed hotels, motels, bars, and restaurants to sell alcoholic drinks online.

Many places in New Jersey are ready to serve people during this time of crisis. Many are even providing people in New Jersey wine online to enjoy with their family and friends. Applebee’s is offering Sangria, Margaritas, Long Island Iced Teas and Bahama Mamas to-go. However, people need to call their local Applebee’s to place their order, as they aren’t receiving online orders.

The Shannon Rose Irish Pub in Ramsey and Clifton and Spuntino Wine Bar & Italian Tapas in Clifton, is also offering a wide range of cocktails mixes along with toppings and mixtures. Chevys Fresh Mex is alps offering margaritas to go.

There are places which are accepting orders online. P. J. Whelihan’s is one such place. You can season specials like spiked strawberry lemonade, sunset breezes, orange krushes, and more. These cocktails are to-go cocktails and cost $6. One can also order food, beer, wine, and seltzer from this place through their online platform.

The Chop House is taking orders over the phone for the favorite cocktails like pineapple martini, fresh blood orange margarita, Moscow mule, and other mixed drinks.

Central Taco and Tequila is also receiving orders, but one has to pick up the orders from their sister restaurant, the Pour House. They are offering a wide range of margaritas along with food from their menu.

If anyone is in the mood for some fine wine, then they can order from Seasons 52. The restaurant is providing a limited list of wine to go like Rosé Lemonade. It is also offering New Old Fashioned cocktails to go as part of a Flatbread deal.

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