Nashville’s Best Summer Cocktails To-Go

We’ve rounded up the top spots still offering cocktails to-go.

With many Nashville restaurants opening their dining rooms, it’s important to note than many Nashvillians may not be comfortable dining just yet. For that reason, most will continue offering their menu and cocktails to-go, and locals can continue to support their favorite businesses from afar. For those still craving a booze-filled summer while social distancing, we’ve rounded up the top spots still offering cocktails to-go.

Mother’s Ruin – The edgy Germantown bar and restaurant has now opened up their full cocktail menu for to-go service. Each are priced at just $11 and the list includes boozy slushies and rotating favorites like the Feckless Endangerment (gin, lime, blueberry and fig cocktail), the Kiwi Herman (tequila, lime, and habanero) and the Thwarted Ambition (bourbon, lemon, peach, and plum).

How To Order: Guests can place orders online or send a DM via Instagram.

Full Cocktail Menu:

Photo Credit: Courtesy of DREAM Hotel
Stateside Kitchen – The DREAM Hotel’s signature restaurant has been taking care of the downtown crowd with curbside take-out and cocktails to-go. If you’re missing an upscale experience, try the PUA Ahi: Fire Flower, a combination of Patron “DREAM” Anejo, peach, hibiscus syrup, and citrus; or The Late Bloomer, a creative concoction made with Hendricks, blueberry-honey syrup, citrus and Brut Rose.
How To Order: Guests can call the restaurant at (615) 622-0500.
Photo Credit: BRND House
Butchertown Hal– Germantown’s neighborhood eatery, known for its variety of Tex Mex style dishes, was one of the first restaurants to offer Margaritas to-go in Nashville. Continuing to be a crowd-pleaser, they now offer their popular Foxglove cocktail made with vodka, grapefruit, lemon, pineapple, and sage. Guests can pick-up their orders at a newly built to-go window adjacent to the restaurant’s beer garden.
How To Order: Guests place orders online at
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