• Caroline Janes

Best To-Go Drinks in Milwaukee for your Virtual Happy Hour

Not all of us have quite mastered mixology during this quarantine and crave a perfectly crafted cocktail. These restaurants have an impressive variety of to-go drinks, from local beers to refreshing mixed beverages. You don't have to drink at restaurants to get a full bar experience at home!


From Mimosa flights to basic and premium Bloody Mary Kits, Toast has you covered for your favorite Sunday fun-day drinks that you miss so much! Their “Mystery Machine Beer 4 Pack” is a fun way to try something new and they also have single drink options available.


Centraal is serving up their signature 32 oz. crowlers in several drink options, including non-alcoholic favorites such as their zero proof margaritas and cold brew. Whether you’re in the mood for beer, wine, or craft cocktails, Centraal has it all.

The Ruby Tap

If you’re in a wine rut, the Ruby Tap offers some of the best wine selection in several different size packages. They even provide tasting notes and suggested food pairings to give you a full wine tasting experience right at home. For hot summer days, their Frosé Freeze Pops are a must.

Cafe Hollander

With $20 growlers (bottled included!), discounted bottles of red, white, and bubbly wine, and drink packages that include full bottles of liquor, Cafe Hollander takes the cake for most cost effective to-go drinks. With “Milwaukee Mules” and“Buckatabon Old Fashioneds” that serve 8-10 people, you can throw your own social distanced party right at home.

The Stilt House

The Stilt House’s to-go drinks are perfect for spicing up your at-home date night as most of their drink offers come in one or two drink options. Whether you’re craving a fruity mule, or house-made red sangria, the Stilt House has a variety of options to share with a special someone.

Merriment Social

If you miss Merriment Social’s signature cocktails, get them to go! Offering a variety of size and alcohol brands with their Bloody Marys and Old Fashioneds, you can get exactly what you’re looking for. Aside from cocktails, they offer a range of local and outsourced beer and wine.

The Fermentorium

If you’re feeling adventurous, try a fun new beer with the Fermentorium's four pack beer options featuring funky flavors such as cherry cheesecake and peanut butter! If weird beer isn’t your thing, they also have bourbon, cognac, and hard seltzers available.

Third Coast Provisions

Coming in with the most extensive wine list, Third Coast Provisions is your one-stop-shop for your weekly wine nights. With more affordable and upscale options, wine lovers will find exactly what they need all while supporting local.


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