Liquor Cocktails To-Go

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Damien Gilley
7 days ago
I need a drink

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Darius Jones
1 week ago
We need to support our local independent restaurants and bars! This is truly apart of what makes Portland so unique!

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Mario Novo
1 week ago
These businesses need the help

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Nick Speth
3 weeks ago
I work in the food and beverage industry in Oregon have seen many businesses struggling to get by and many closing due to a drop in revenue related to Covid. Allowing bars/restaurants to sell liquor/cocktails to go is a small step that would help bolster profits in such a lean time. Many bars and restaurants are already allowed to sell wine/beer off premise, and it makes little sense why liquor would not be allowed as well. Without being able to sell higher margin items like cocktails in the new “take-away” restaurant industry, many more businesses will run out of ways to stay afloat and be forced to shut their doors for good.

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Kelly Towner
4 weeks ago
I’m signing because we need to do all we can to keep small businesses going.

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Cindy Bowen
4 weeks ago
Great idea! Drink at home.

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Keshav Lincoln
Jun 6, 2020
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Government is now reopening all states and cities.

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Augustine Perez
May 10, 2020
I want owners of restaurants and bars to be able to make a liveable wage.

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Molly Malone
May 7, 2020
Help our local eateries stay in business!

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Chris Noren
May 7, 2020
Sure, I can make my own cocktails at home, but if I’m eating take-out, I’d rather have drinks prepared by professionals too. And it keeps bartenders working, in addition to line cooks. Win-win!