by Stranger EverOut Staff

Queen Annes How to Cook a Wolf is serving up generously portioned margaritas, negronis, Manhattans, and more tasty cocktails in lidded mason jars.

Queen Anne’s How to Cook a Wolf is serving up “generously portioned” margaritas, negronis, Manhattans, and more tasty cocktails in lidded mason jars. How to Cook a Wolf via Instagram

In addition to cocktail kits, Seattle bars and restaurants are now legally allowed to sell premixed cocktails to go until the stay-home order is lifted on June 4 (so long as they’re properly sealed and served with food). Party! To help guide you, we’ve rounded up all the places we could find that are reintroducing boozy concoctions to their menus, from Cure to Rumba to Mioposto.

Bar Cantinetta
The Tuscan-style restaurant reopened the walkup window at their Madison Valley location on May 14, complete with negronis, Manhattans, and greyhounds in Mason jars, to complement their pasta and pizza selection.

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Source: https://www.thestranger.com/things-to-do/2020/05/15/43686632/where-to-get-premixed-cocktails-to-go-in-seattle