Fullerton restaurants have taken a hard hit to their businesses since Californians have been advised to stay at home until further notice to stop the spread of COVID-19. Downtown Fullerton restaurants have taken the precaution to only allow take-out and delivery orders.
Now, what about alcohol and beer? The California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) has lifted the restrictions on restaurants selling alcohol.
Mulberry Street Ristorante in Downtown Fullerton is one of many restaurants that are making customers very happy as they are now offering their full bar to-go including half-off all wine bottles, bottled/can beers for $1.50, and mixed drinks for $5.
Their take-out hours are 4 – 8 p.m. on Sunday and Monday and from 12 – 8 p.m on Tuesday through Saturday. Located at 114 W. Wilshire Ave. in Fullerton, customers do not have to purchase a food item from the menu to order an alcoholic beverage which will be packaged in sealed containers just visit https://www.mulberryfullerton.com.
Roman Cucina, in the heart of Downtown Fullerton, is allowing patrons to buy wine bottles to-go. Customers get to enjoy their favorite white or red wines from the home while practicing social distancing. The wine bottles range from $28 – $65 to pair with their favorite pasta or Roman Cucina entrée. Located at 211 N. Harbor Blvd, their hours of operation are from 5 – 10 p.m. Monday through Friday. Please visit http://romancucinafullerton.com for more information.
Pour Company’s limited to-go menu does include specials on beer and wine, as well as appetizers, bowls, and dinner for 4 specials. Customers are able to fill up your own growlers, up to 32 oz., for $13. Their bottles and cans of beer, as well as bottles of wine, are all half-off the regular price. To place your order, go to https://www.pourcompany.com to view the food and drink menus and call (714) 525-7468 to help a local Fullerton business located at 136 W. Wilshire Ave.
With the option of dining in being out of the question, businesses will be able to make some profit by allowing customers to purchase alcohol to-go during the “Safer at Home” guidelines. Fullerton is in this together and it is great to see the generosity everyone has for one another.