7 metro Atlanta shops offering curbside pickup for beer, wine and liquor

It’s almost Memorial Day weekend, and we’re already getting thirsty. If you’re trying to stay out of stores — and want to support small businesses — here are seven metro Atlanta shops offering contactless or near contacless curbside pickup of beer, wine and liquor. 

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3 Parks Wine Shop. The store, which sells a variety of wine and sake, takes orders online, over the phone or socially distanced outside the shop. When you arrive, call the store and an employee will bring your order to a table outside the shop for a completely contactless pickup.   

880 Glenwood Ave. SE, Atlanta. 678-349-7070, 3parkswine.com/

Ansley Wine Merchants. Open since 1986, Ansley Wine Merchants specializes in wine but also sells more than 600 kinds of liquor and 200 kinds of beer. Call to place an order or ask about specific inventory, and an employee will bring your order to a table outside the store when you arrive. 

1544 Piedmont Ave. NE, Atlanta. 404-876-6790, ansleywine.com/

Elemental Spirits Co. The Virginia-Highland boutique spot specializes in small batch spirits, natural wines and local craft beers. Owner Cory Atkinson said the shop offers “doorside pickup” — place your order online, park in one of the spots behind the building or across the street, pay at a kiosk at the door and an employee will bring your order to a table outside the shop.

602 North Highland Ave., Atlanta. 404-990-4310, elementalspirits.co/

Green’s. Both locations of the longtime Atlanta shop offer curbside pickup. Place your order through the store’s app, and make sure the card used to place the order matches the name on the ID of the person picking up. You can pick up your order anytime within 30 minutes to 2 days after placing your order. Once you arrive at the store, park in one of the designated spots and an employee will come to your car. 

737 Ponce de Leon Ave., Atlanta, 404-872-1109 and 2614 Buford Highway NE, 404-321-6232. greensbeverages.com/

My Friend’s Bottle Shop. Camric Shultz and Hunter Kent, who opened the now-shuttered My Friend’s Growler Shop in Grant Park, have joined efforts again on the newly-opened My Friend’s Growler Shop in The George complex. The shop stocks a wide variety of craft beer, wine and liquor, and while its still working on getting its inventory online, customers are encouraged to call or text for with inquiries or specific requests. Orders can be made via text; you’ll be alerted once your order has been filled, and a shop employee will bring the items to your car, check your ID and take a credit card for payment. 

275 Memorial Drive SE, Atlanta. 404-730-5569, myfriendsbottleshop.com/

Reds Beer Garden. The Benteen Park business — which recently reopened its beer garden for on-premise consumption — takes orders online for beer, wine, mead, kombucha, hard seltzer, CBD drinks and non-alcoholic drinks. Hungry? You can also add a variety of hot dogs and sides to your order. Pull up, call Red’s and they’ll bring everything out to your car.

1328 Boulevard Ave. SE, Atlanta. 770-637-2299, redsbeergarden.com/

Tower Beer, Wine & Spirits — Both locations of the shop offer curbside pickup — place your order online and an employee will bring your order out to you when you arrive. Want to make the transaction completely contactless? Put your credit card and ID under your windshield wiper.

2161 Piedmont Road, Atlanta, 404-881-0902 and 5877 Buford Highway NE, Doraville, 770-458-3272. towerwinespirits.com/

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