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Jarred cocktails at Rally Pizza
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Where to Find Takeout Cocktails in Vancouver

For those in the greater Portland area who need a drink, but aren’t quite ready to sit in a bar

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Jarred cocktails at Rally Pizza
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While Oregon bars and restaurants are still unable to offer cocktails with hard alcohol for takeout or delivery, Washington state authorized restaurants to sell pre-mixed cocktails to-go in May. Vancouver is currently in Phase 2 of Gov. Jay Inslee’s Safe Start Plan, allowing dining rooms to open at 50 percent capacity, but many local businesses, looking for extra income during a challenging economic time, are still selling pre-mixed cocktails for takeout.

The law requires customers to order food with sealed carryout cocktails, but takeout drinks can legally stick around until 30 days after the county enters Phase 4. For those who are tired of juicing citrus and muddling herbs, but not quite ready to sit in a public space, here’s a list of places in Vancouver offering pre-mixed alcoholic beverages to go.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. The Grocery Cocktail & Social

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115 W 7th St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 258-1324
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The Grocery Cocktail & Social mixes exquisite drink, like the Arequipa — guajillo, cardamom, and cinnamon-infused tequila comes blended with Meletti cioccolato and Letterpress Amaro Amarino. It’s best ordered with cocktail-friendly food like Cajun shrimp and grits and fried chicken sandwiches.

2. Amaro’s Table

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1220 Main St #100
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 718-2942
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Happy hour hotspot Amaro’s Table offers a variety of rotating cocktails to-go in mason jars, filled with two drinks per jar. All recipes are concocted with fresh fruit, herbs, spices, and pours from Amaro’s extensive liquor collection. Food ranges from salads and bites like fried calamari and a creamy Bavarian cheese fondul, to larger plates like fried chicken or specials like a flat-iron steak bathed in a madeira sauce studded with slices of shiitake mushrooms.

3. Pacific House

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819 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 448-7694
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Pacific House continues to serve cocktails like strawberry-gin “work waters” and old fashioneds. Order it with sophisticated bar food like deep-fried broccoli with black garlic aioli, elk tacos with jalapeño kraut and chipotle aioli, and crispy halibut fish and chips.

4. Little Conejo

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114 W 6th St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 718-2633
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Little Conejo’s takeout drink menu focuses on a variety of margaritas — classic tequila and lime, fruity, mezcal, Cadillac — in plastic containers filled with two-to-eight drinks per order. Mexican favorites like smoky al pastor tacos and silky refried canary beans mix well with the sweet-and-sour cocktails. 

5. Elements Restaurant

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907 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660
(360) 258-0989
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Fitting the season, Elements’ cocktails are bright and summery, especially the Rhubarb Daisy with tequila, orange liqueur, and lime. Dishes like cauliflower steak with charred tomatillos in a sumac vinaigrette or Spanish octopus a la plancha with harissa-roasted potatoes are a good move, pairing-wise.

6. Rally Pizza

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8070 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98664
(360) 524-9000
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Rally’s takeout menu includes boozy floats, as well as fresh, tangy cocktails like the Industry Margarita with reposado tequila, Cocchi Americano, and house sweet-and-sour mix. On the food side of things, the restaurant is still slinging its pizzas, lamb meatballs, and roasted veggies.

7. Frontier Public House Restaurant

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4909 NE Hazel Dell Ave
Vancouver, WA 98663
(360) 718-2768
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This off-the-beaten-path restaurant and bar has a rotating list of fresh summer cocktails in mason jars, like the lavender vanilla bourbon-ade with vanilla bean simple syrup and lavender bitters. The kitchen, on the other hand, is handling light wedge salads and heartier meals like chicken and dumplings and fish and chips.

8. Eatery at the Grant House

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1101 Officers Row
Vancouver, WA 98661
(360) 906-1101
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Eatery in the historic Grant House on Officers Row in the Vancouver National Historic Reserve offers a limited menu, ranging from an appetizer of smoked trout and artichoke dip to entrees like grilled salmon with a Marionberry glaze. The short drink menu includes riffs on classic cocktails like General’s Julep with bourbon, fresh mint, lemon juice and muddled blackberries.

1. The Grocery Cocktail & Social

115 W 7th St, Vancouver, WA 98660

The Grocery Cocktail & Social mixes exquisite drink, like the Arequipa — guajillo, cardamom, and cinnamon-infused tequila comes blended with Meletti cioccolato and Letterpress Amaro Amarino. It’s best ordered with cocktail-friendly food like Cajun shrimp and grits and fried chicken sandwiches.

115 W 7th St
Vancouver, WA 98660

2. Amaro’s Table

1220 Main St #100, Vancouver, WA 98660

Happy hour hotspot Amaro’s Table offers a variety of rotating cocktails to-go in mason jars, filled with two drinks per jar. All recipes are concocted with fresh fruit, herbs, spices, and pours from Amaro’s extensive liquor collection. Food ranges from salads and bites like fried calamari and a creamy Bavarian cheese fondul, to larger plates like fried chicken or specials like a flat-iron steak bathed in a madeira sauce studded with slices of shiitake mushrooms.

1220 Main St #100
Vancouver, WA 98660

3. Pacific House

819 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660

Pacific House continues to serve cocktails like strawberry-gin “work waters” and old fashioneds. Order it with sophisticated bar food like deep-fried broccoli with black garlic aioli, elk tacos with jalapeño kraut and chipotle aioli, and crispy halibut fish and chips.

819 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660

4. Little Conejo

114 W 6th St, Vancouver, WA 98660

Little Conejo’s takeout drink menu focuses on a variety of margaritas — classic tequila and lime, fruity, mezcal, Cadillac — in plastic containers filled with two-to-eight drinks per order. Mexican favorites like smoky al pastor tacos and silky refried canary beans mix well with the sweet-and-sour cocktails. 

114 W 6th St
Vancouver, WA 98660

5. Elements Restaurant

907 Main St, Vancouver, WA 98660

Fitting the season, Elements’ cocktails are bright and summery, especially the Rhubarb Daisy with tequila, orange liqueur, and lime. Dishes like cauliflower steak with charred tomatillos in a sumac vinaigrette or Spanish octopus a la plancha with harissa-roasted potatoes are a good move, pairing-wise.

907 Main St
Vancouver, WA 98660

6. Rally Pizza

8070 E Mill Plain Blvd, Vancouver, WA 98664

Rally’s takeout menu includes boozy floats, as well as fresh, tangy cocktails like the Industry Margarita with reposado tequila, Cocchi Americano, and house sweet-and-sour mix. On the food side of things, the restaurant is still slinging its pizzas, lamb meatballs, and roasted veggies.

8070 E Mill Plain Blvd
Vancouver, WA 98664

7. Frontier Public House Restaurant

4909 NE Hazel Dell Ave, Vancouver, WA 98663

This off-the-beaten-path restaurant and bar has a rotating list of fresh summer cocktails in mason jars, like the lavender vanilla bourbon-ade with vanilla bean simple syrup and lavender bitters. The kitchen, on the other hand, is handling light wedge salads and heartier meals like chicken and dumplings and fish and chips.

4909 NE Hazel Dell Ave
Vancouver, WA 98663

8. Eatery at the Grant House

1101 Officers Row, Vancouver, WA 98661

Eatery in the historic Grant House on Officers Row in the Vancouver National Historic Reserve offers a limited menu, ranging from an appetizer of smoked trout and artichoke dip to entrees like grilled salmon with a Marionberry glaze. The short drink menu includes riffs on classic cocktails like General’s Julep with bourbon, fresh mint, lemon juice and muddled blackberries.

1101 Officers Row
Vancouver, WA 98661

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