One Bourbon, one Scotch, one beer: How restaurants are using booze to stay afloat Governor Greg Abbott approved alcohol sales to-go earlier this week
HOUSTON – “And above all else, love whiskey,”That’s the sign that hangs above popular restaurant Bosscat Kitchen & Libations. During the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurants are relying on whiskey and other alcohol sales to get them through this time.
“Houstonians like to drink, Texans like to drink in general,” said Bosscat Kitchen owner John Reed.
Governor Greg Abbott approved restaurants to serve alcohol with to-go orders this week.
Many restaurants like Bosscat Kitchen jumped on the opportunity.
Reed said many singles and young people live in the River Oaks area and providing to-go alcohol drinks was a plus for his businesses.
“It was a big sigh of relief for us. It gave us another bullet in the gun to shoot, and really strengthened our offering,” he said.
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