To-go cocktails might have been the only good thing to come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, and it seems like they're here to stay in the state of Florida.
Governor Ron DeSantis ordered that beer, wine, and cocktails could be made to-go in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 back in March of 2020, and he has been a supporter of making it a permanent thing ever since.
On Wednesday, the Florida Senate passed State Bill 148, which gives restaurants and bars across the state the permanent legal right to sell alcoholic beverages to-go, and DeSantis is expected to sign it into law soon according to WTXL News Tallahassee.
The order restricts customers to 32 ounces or smaller cups, so getting a boozy fishbowl to-go with your friends may not be an option.
The new bill, when signed, would make to-go cocktails permanently legal starting July 1, 2021.