Will restaurants be allowed to offer alcohol for take-out and delivery after pandemic?

From CTV News, by Angela Jung. Photo: Jeff McIntosh

VANCOUVER — Restaurants have been struggling to stay afloat since the pandemic hit, but there has been a silver lining: relaxed liquor laws mean customers can get their booze delivered along with their meals.

Reuben Major, a partner and managing director at Havana on Commercial Drive, said booze-to-go now makes up 30 per cent of their sales.

They’ve also created mimosa and Caesar kits for weekends and special occasions like Mother’s Day, adding they’re trying to do what they can to generate revenue.

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