HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WAFF) - It’s a little bit easier to enjoy your favorite cocktail from a local restaurant, and you can do it at home.
Monday the ABC Board agreed to put an emergency rule back in place to give restaurants and bars the green light for curbside alcohol sales.
“Because it did so well during the first wave, it only made sense for it to come back during our second wave,” Stephanie Kennedy-Mell said.
Kennedy-Mell, co-owner of Purveyor and Church Street Wine Shop, says she’s looking at her glass half full tonight.
“I cant say enough about Downtown Huntsville Inc. we want to thank the ABC board and Rex Reynolds for really standing behind small businesses at this time,” Kennedy-Mell said.
Of course like the earlier emergency rule this summer-, the alcohol must be unopened, and the mixers are separate.
The amount of liquor they can sell per customer has gone from one liter to .375. Or from 750 ML to 375ML.
James Boyce, head chef and owner of Cotton Row, Commerce Street Kitchen and Pane Vino Pizza says this move by the ABC is much appreciated.