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Yes New Orleans, Even Drive-Thru Daiquiri Shops Are Temporarily Closing

It seems like every day we continue to trend back to phase 1 in New Orleans. Although we haven’t officially announced it, our phase 2 continues to be stripped back. Just yesterday Mayor Cantrell announced that all bars and restaurants must end to-go alcohol sales. This new announcement seems to come after a weekend that saw overcrowding on Bourbon Street. 

And if you’re thinking at least we have drive-thru daiquiris, well, no we don’t. According to WDSU’s Christina Watkins, the city is stating that drive-thru shops must also close their doors for the time being. In a statement to WDSU and Watkins, a city spokesman stated “They can’t serve to go. They aren’t restaurants. So they can’t operate.” See Watkins tweet below confirming the information. 

There you have it NOLA. For the time being, you may want to venture across the 17th street canal into good ole Jefferson Parish for all things to-go alcohol. 

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