There’s only one place you can drink right now: Your home. But the only alcohol currently in your possession is an ironic can of Four Loko someone left at your apartment last year, and an almost empty bottle of Fernet whose origin story is unknown.
So here are bars, breweries, and restaurants where you can stock up, with delivery and curbside pick-up. Even though you can’t go drink at these places, you can still support them (and drink something great) by ordering from them. We’ll keep updating this guide with more information - so stay tuned, and stay well.
For even more restaurants offering delivery and takeout, read our list of SF & East Bay Delivery And Takeout Options For Every Situation, and for places serving new specials, read our guide to SF (And East Bay) Restaurants With New Takeout & Delivery Options.
Reading through Saison’s 175-page wine list will probably take you longer to complete than an actual four-hour meal at this restaurant. But now that time doesn’t really matter, you should read it and pick out your favorite bottle from their temporary Saison Smokehouse operation at Angler. You should also pick up some of their pastrami brisket.
Barebottle Brewing makes some of the most interestingly-named beers in San Francisco, like Jelly Monster and Bru Romance. You can head over to their Bernal Heights brewery to grab a few take-away crowlers, or order online for next-day delivery on their website.
This NoPa brewpub is filling growlers for $3 - the only catch is you have to bring your own container from home. They’re also offering a menu of bar food for takeout only. Check out their website for more information.
This SoMa spot is offering bloody Mary’s to-go. Call 415-369-0222 for more information.
The Buena Vista near Ghirardelli Square is open and selling Irish Coffees to-go.
Their spicy ginger lime margarita kits ($12) include fresh lime and spicy salt. Serves four. Check their Instagram for the latest updates.
SoMa dive bar offering “Survival Kits” with vodka, Red Bull, and hand sanitizer. Check out their Instagram for more information.
Specialty cocktails, liquor, and Irish soda bread are available for delivery from this Mission bar. Check out their website for more information.
Beer and wine available to-go (order here. They’re also filling growlers.
Pizza, salads, and beer can be ordered ahead from their website for pick-up.
In addition to specialty goods like cheese, charcuterie, and artisanal pastas and sauces, Cheese Plus is selling wine for curbside pick-up.
House wines are 50% off when you order pick-up or delivery.
Cocktails, beers, and wine are available for to-go and delivery from this Polk Gulch spot. The Co Nam in Oakland’s Temescal is also offering the same deal. They’re also offering Tender Loving Boxes with bottles of liquor, garnishes, and mixers. Check out their Instagram for more information.
Decant SF has beer, wine, cider, cheese, and caviar all available for pick-up or next-day delivery in San Francisco. Or if you want to send a friend a gift, they ship wine, too.
Cocktails and half-off bottles of wine are available for pick-up and delivery. Check out their website for more information.
This Hayes Valley wine shop is open for retail Tuesday to Saturday from 3-7pm. Check out their website for the latest updates.
The Mission bar has cocktails, beer, wine (by the bottle and glass) available to-go. Order online here.
Offering a Work From Home bundle of wines for delivery in San Francisco.
Filling growlers and selling homebrew supplies for pick-up. Check out their website for more information.
Sake, cider, and wine are available for pick-up and delivery - check out their website to see what’s in stock.
Fool’s Errand is selling beer and wine out of their to-go window. More information on daily wine selections on their Instagram.
You can stop by Fort Point's new location in the Lower Haight (their kiosk at the Ferry Building is also open) to pick up beer, wine, and hot dogs to-go.
Gemini Bottle has their full inventory of beer/cider, spirits, and natural wine up on their website for pick-up and delivery.
In addition to Thai curries, pork chops, and sausages, Hawker fare is offering a full cocktail list for takeout. And, if you’re getting their brunch to-go on the weekends, they have mimosas, Aperol spritzes, and bloody Marys. Call 415-400-5699 to order.
Selling six packs and crowlers of beer to-go. Check out their website for more information.
Beer and food available for takeout. Check out their website for more information.
Beer and food available for pick-up (Haight St. location). Check out their website for more information.
Maven in the Lower Haight is mixing and chilling cocktails for pick-up and delivery. Get one of their incredible burgers to go, and eat it with a Corpse Reviver #538.
When you purchase food or meal kits, Mezcalito can deliver margaritas for one, two, and three people. Check out their website for more information.
Monk’s Kettle is offering 10% on all takeout food to-go, plus daily beer specials. Check their Instagram for details.
Selling Toki highballs to-go as well as $1,000 whiskey kits at their sister restaurant Tsunami Panhandle.
In addition to groceries and meal kits, Nopalito has prepared margaritas, sangria, and bloody Marias to-go. They’re also selling michelada kits, and full bottles of tequila and mezcal for your own experiments.
The bottled cocktails change daily at this Bernal Heights spot. Check their Instagram for the latest updates.
Your speakers probably don’t get as loud as Palm House’s on a Saturday afternoon, but you can still drink like you’re here by getting their to-go punch bowls. Order via Uber Eats for delivery or by calling 415-400-4355 for takeout.
The general store at Prairie has expanded and is now selling bottles of liquor and cocktail kits to-go. Check out their website for more information.
Offering one-cent beers (with food) for takeout. Check out their Instagram for more information.
This tiny wine shop in Potrero Hill has enlisted their own team of cyclists to deliver natural wine right to you. Check their website for more information.
Beer, wine, liquor, and reserve bottles available for pick-up and delivery. Check their Instagram for more information.
Seven Stills has beer, liquor, and cocktails to-go, plus takeout from their Apocalypse Menu. Cocktails like tropical punch and gin and tonics are offered in different sizes, including individual drinks and 32oz growlers.
Pick-up cans, bottles, and kegs of beer Tuesday through Thursday. Order ahead on their website.
Mimosas, margaritas, and bloody Marys are available for takeout and delivery. Check out their website for more information.
32oz. cans of beer are available for pick-up. If you order online and call 415-590-2550 when you arrive, and they’ll bring your order outside.
Beer, wine, and bottled cocktails are available for takeout and delivery. Order by calling 415-484-5887 between noon and 10pm.
This Bavarian restaurant in Hayes Valley is offering bottled beers to-go from their pick-up window. You can also bring your own growler and they’ll fill it up. Pick-up and delivery hours are 4-8:30pm, Tuesday through Saturday.
If you’re sheltering in place with a few of your best friends, Tacolicious is delivering large-batch cocktails for up to six people. You can choose from either margaritas or the pasión with tequila, passionfruit, and habanero.
The Dorian is delivering boozy brunch via Postmates, and taking pick-up orders if you call 415-400-4355.
The alcoholic milkshakes from The Ice Cream Bar won’t get you completely drunk, but getting a few for takeout will definitely help take the edge off these long days at home.
Tofino is offering daily “Shelter-in-Case” selections of their natural wines. Call to custom-build your own case or choose from one of their curated boxes.
This Richmond spot is open for takeout burritos, tacos, and enchiladas, and, more importantly, to-go pitchers of margaritas. Call 415-387-4747 to place an order.
Triple Voodoo is delivering their beer and a selection of snacks and sodas throughout Dogpatch, Mission Bay, China Basin, and Potrero Hill. Beer to-go is also available at their brewery.
Instead of pretending you can make creative cocktails from an old bottle of Torada and the expired lime juice in your fridge, you can pick up some of the best drinks in the city from True Laurel in the Mission.
This sushi spot on Divis is selling bottled cocktails, whiskey, and sake for pick-up. Check out their Instagram for more information.
Along with vegetables, meat, and fresh bread and pasta, Verjus’ natural wine selection is still available for delivery and pick-up.
You’ve decided you want to learn more about wine while you’re alone in your apartment, good for you. West Coast Wine And Cheese now delivers. They’ll also bring you cheese like Mt. Tam and Truffle Tremor if you want something to snack on while you learn.
Bottles of gin, rum, and bourbon are available, plus mixers and liqueurs for DIY cocktails. Pick-up hours are 12-6pm, Monday to Friday. Check their Instagram for more information.
Offering New Orleans cocktails like Sazeracs for curbside pick-up. Call 415-500-2501 to order.
Yield and Pause Wine Bars are offering full cases (12 bottles) and half cases (six bottles) of wine for delivery throughout the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Head here for more information on their “Quarantine Wine Club.”
Call 510-288-3668 for pick-up or order here for delivery. Cocktails, wine, and mezcal to-go are also available at this Uptown Oakland spot.
Beers available for pickup or local delivery - order online at their website.
Oakland brewery in Fruitvale offering curbside pick-up daily from 12-7pm. Call 510-479-3185 to order ahead. You can also order for same-day delivery in Oakland (and UPS shipping in 30 states) here.
Almanac is selling beer from their Alameda taproom seven days a week from noon to 7pm. If you can’t swing by to pick up your favorite six pack, know they’ll ship it anywhere in California when you order from their online store.
Downtown Berkeley spot offering beer, wine, and cocktails to-go. Call 510-845-3200 to order for pick-up.
Taproom and bottle shop in Oakland’s Laurel District offering beer and filling up growlers to-go. Also serving food for pick-up. Order through their website.
Donkey and Goat is offering pick-up, local delivery, and shipping for their bottles of wine and cheese and meats. More information at their website.
Beer available for curbside pick-up (Monday to Sunday from 2-7pm) and delivery (Tuesday and Friday between 3-6pm.) Deliveries throughout Richmond, San Pablo, El Sobrante, Pinole, Hercules, El Cerrito, or Albany only. Place your order here.
Mexican/Venezuelan spot offering tacos and mezcal for takeout. For delivery of orders over $50, text 408-691-7902.
Oakland bar offering food and booze for pick-up and delivery. More info on their Instagram.
Offering beer to-go. Order online here and pick-up any time between 1-4pm from Thursday to Sunday.
This West End spirits shop is open for pick-up. Shop online here.
If you’re already planning on stocking your fridge with Homeroom’s mac and cheese, you can also pick up beer and wine to-go.
Uptown Oakland restaurant offering bottles of wine (25% off the listed menu price) and pre-made cocktails (serves four) for curbside pick-up. Head to their website for details.
This Uptown Oakland ramen spot has ready-made cocktails, Japanese whisky, and sake to-go. Check out the menu online.
Along with their full list of wines by the bottle, Mago is offering a few unique cocktails (black walnut chai old-fashioned, lavender vodka tonic) to-go in two-person servings.
Nido in Jack London is offering large format cocktails for delivery and pick-up at Nido’s Backyard (104 Oak Street). It includes a six-person serving of margaritas, mezcal negronis, or sangria.
This Oakland brewery is offering curbside pick-up (online pre-order only) from Wednesday to Sunday, 1-6pm. Check their website for beer availability.
Along with their full menu, Pappo is offering cocktails for two as well as 10% off cases of wine. Find more info at their Facebook.
In addition to a daily-changing breakfast menu, Sequoia Diner is offering mimosa packages for all your boozy brunch needs.
Sobre Mesa is offering pick-up and delivery of pre-made bottled cocktails between 11am and 9pm. Please note that pick-up is available only at their sister location, Alamar. Check their Instagram for details.
Albany spot offering wines by the bottle for pick-up. Order online or call 510-525-9463 two or three days ahead for pick-up.
San Leandro restaurant offering a large selection of beer, wine, and cocktails to-go. Call 510-352-7652 to place an order. Delivery available via apps.
This Burmese spot in Oakland is serving cocktails to-go. Call 510-597-1860 for more information.
Casual bar offering bottled and canned beer, wine, and growler fills from 4-8pm daily. Call (510-655-7373) to place an order. Curbside pick-up available. Check their Instagram for the latest updates.
You can turn your living room into a tropical bar by ordering bottled cocktails to-go from The Kon-Tiki in Downtown Oakland. Check out their website for more information.
This Southwest Berkeley brewery specializing in sour beer is offering bottles, crowlers, and wine to-go. Order online here.
This Berkeley brewery is now offering curbside food and beer pick-up of growlers, crowlers, and 22oz. bottles of Monkey Head. Call 510-843-2739 to place an order.
Alameda spot offering a limited takeout menu (see more on their Instagram) and cocktails to-go. Call 510-523-1041 to order.
Shop online for sake and spirits that are available for curbside pick-up or FedEx delivery.
Berkeley wine shop on College Ave. offering home delivery and shipping. Order online here. $50 minimum for all delivery orders, with a $25 fee if the order is under $150.
Uptown Oakland bar offering bottled cocktails for two or twelve from their converted “store.” Call or text 510-393- 9333 to place your order for in-store or curbside pick-up. Check their Instagram for latest updates.
This Alameda spot on Park St. is offering wine delivery (requires valid ID upon delivery). Call 510-523-2301 to order.