April 10, 2020

Tampa Bay bars and breweries offering curbside alcohol carry-out

Just because we’re all in quarantine doesn’t mean we can’t have a few brews. We’ve put together this list of bars and breweries that are still offering booze to-go so you can support local businesses the fun way.

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3 Daughters Brewing
(727) 495-6002.  3dbrewing.com  
The local brewery isn’t just open, it’s offering BOGO six packs. 3 Daughters is also using its resources to make hand sanitizer for hospitals and first responders. If you know of a place in need, reach out. 222 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg.
Photo via 3 Daughters Brewing/Facebook

3 Daughters Brewing

(727) 495-6002. 3dbrewing.com
The local brewery isn’t just open, it’s offering BOGO six packs. 3 Daughters is also using its resources to make hand sanitizer for hospitals and first responders. If you know of a place in need, reach out. 222 22nd St. S., St. Petersburg.

Photo via 3 Daughters Brewing/Facebook
7venth Sun
(727) 495-6002.  7venthsun.com
The Seminole Heights and Dunedin locations are accepting to-go sales from 3 p.m. until sunset. You can order a growler of your favorite beer on the Toast TakeOut app, online or over the phone. The brewery isn’t accepting cash right now and asks that customers follow each location’s specific sanitary procedures.
Photo via Google Maps

7venth Sun

(727) 495-6002. 7venthsun.com
The Seminole Heights and Dunedin locations are accepting to-go sales from 3 p.m. until sunset. You can order a growler of your favorite beer on the Toast TakeOut app, online or over the phone. The brewery isn’t accepting cash right now and asks that customers follow each location’s specific sanitary procedures.

Photo via Google Maps
1933 Pub and Grill
(727) 532-1972. 1933pub.com  
1933 Pub and Grill is still offering curbside service. You can grab some candied jalapenos and a growler of craft beer at 2245 Nursery Rd. in Clearwater. 
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1933 Pub and Grill

(727) 532-1972. 1933pub.com
1933 Pub and Grill is still offering curbside service. You can grab some candied jalapenos and a growler of craft beer at 2245 Nursery Rd. in Clearwater.

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Bay Cannon Beer Company & Guava Grill
(813) 251-4553. baycannon.com  
If you’ve been craving CBD-infused porters and a guava pepper burger, you’re in luck. Bay Cannon Beer Company is still serving its full menu with to go and delivery orders. You can place orders Thurs.-Sun. from noon till 7 p.m. Bay Cannon also delivers brews throughout Florida. 2106 W. Main St., Tampa.
Photo via Bay Cannon’s website

Bay Cannon Beer Company & Guava Grill

(813) 251-4553. baycannon.com
If you’ve been craving CBD-infused porters and a guava pepper burger, you’re in luck. Bay Cannon Beer Company is still serving its full menu with to go and delivery orders. You can place orders Thurs.-Sun. from noon till 7 p.m. Bay Cannon also delivers brews throughout Florida. 2106 W. Main St., Tampa.

Photo via Bay Cannon’s website
Book + Bottle
(727) 240-7448. bookandbottlestpete.com  
The wine and book lounge had just opened its doors for business when this pandemic hit. Now, the store is taking online orders for pickup, delivering wine in St. Pete for free and charging $5 for shipping orders. The store’s online book club is reading “Love in the Time of Cholera” by Gabriel García Márquez this month, which seems fitting. 17 6th St. N., St. Petersburg.
Photo via Book + Bottle’s website

Book + Bottle

(727) 240-7448. bookandbottlestpete.com
The wine and book lounge had just opened its doors for business when this pandemic hit. Now, the store is taking online orders for pickup, delivering wine in St. Pete for free and charging $5 for shipping orders. The store’s online book club is reading “Love in the Time of Cholera” by Gabriel García Márquez this month, which seems fitting. 17 6th St. N., St. Petersburg.

Photo via Book + Bottle’s website

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