Missouri Eases Restrictions On To Alcoholic To Go Drinks At Restaurants

Missouri is loosening restrictions on restaurants that sell alcohol.

The State Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control announced yesterday (Tuesday) that restaurants that sell alcohol will be able to offer drinks with their to-go meals through May 15th.

The division issued a temporary waiver of rules in order to help eateries struggling to survive after ending eat-in dining due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The beverage can only be sold with a meal purchased from the same restaurant.