The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) on Friday said it would temporarily suspend enforcement of certain regulations to sustain the restaurant industry during the statewide emergency declaration by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Temporarily lifting the restrictions would not jeopardize the public’s health and safety, the department said. Virginia, New York and Colorado have also loosened liquor restrictions during the coronavirus outbreak.
Restaurants and bars that serve food for delivery or takeout will be able to sell alcohol along with food orders. In addition to pre-packaged bottled wine and beer that some restaurants already offer to-go, restaurants can offer beer, wine or cocktails in a container with a secure lid if accompanied by food for delivery or pickup.
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