Takeout cocktails? Gov. Newsom signs law extending sales of ‘to go’ alcoholic beverages

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The Sacramento Bee

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Californians can continue ordering their Paloma cocktails to go under a new law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday. The legislation, Senate Bill 389, allows California restaurants to serve to-go alcoholic beverages to customers until the end of 2026. The bill requires customers to buy a meal with their to-go drinks and limits customers to a maximum of two beverages per meal. Restaurants are also required to package the beverages with a secure lid or cap “designed to prevent consumption without removal of the lid or cap by breaking the seal,” according to the bill’s text…

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