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Cheers! You Can Offically Get Cheeky Bevs With Your Takeaway

Yep, that’s right! Your favourite South Bank restaurants (that are licensed in Queensland, of course) can now add booze to your takeaway order.

If there’s one thing that will make us feel 100% better while being home-bound, it’s a bottle of vino paired perfectly with that creamy gnocchi (or from most of our delicious takeaway options listed here); all the while, knowing you’re doing your best to support the hospitality industry.

There are only a few guidelines surrounding this new-found liquor licence goodness, which we will happily oblige to:

  • The takeaway alcohol can only be supplied in conjunction with a takeaway food order
  • The takeaway alcohol can only consist of bottled or canned beer, wine, cider and ready to drink beverages, such as premixed spirits
  • A maximum limit of 2.25 litres of alcohol applies and can only be sold in conjunction with a takeaway food order (that is up to 2.25 litres per food order).

Let’s get this straight: you’re not REALLY drinking alone if you are with your spread of takeaway, right?

For a full list of takeaway options, visit here.

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