Toast to the end of the day with help from these local watering holes.
Neighborhood Provisions: Spirits director Nick Farrell’s line of libations through Show of Hands, his craft cocktail and housemade spirits haven, includes two-serving bottled options like Left Hand, a bourbon Negroni with chocolate bitters and housemade vermouth. The five-serving Sunday Morning Spritz mixes Aperitif and grapefruit cordial. // 2000 Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria; $35 minimum order and $7 delivery charge
Smokecraft Modern Barbecue: Lead mixologist Lauren Paylor is shaking creative cocktails to go including the Cucumber Collins with Beefeater Gin, salted cayenne cucumber, sour mix and soda and a Chipotle Margarita with Sauza Blue Tequila, sour mix, Cointreau and chipotle bitters. // 1051 N. Highland St., Arlington; $18-$21 for two servings
Bastille: The Old Town brasserie’s cleverly named multiserving Coq-Tails to Go include a bloody mary, Manhattan, Negroni and gin and tonic with a selection of garnishes and a Passion Fruit Jalapeno Margarita with infused reposado tequila. // 606 N. Fayette St., Alexandria; $28-$34
Trummer’s Restaurant: Choose from their most popular options to go in servings for two people. The signature Titanic tops Ciroc Vodka, elderflower syrup, sparkling wine and muddled grapes with Champagne sorbet, while the Main Street mingles bourbon, honey, cinnamon and lime. // 7134 Main St., Clifton; $22;
Hummingbird: To-go tipples are packaged in Mason jars with easy serving instructions. The Bourbon Manhattan combines 1789 Small Batch Bourbon, sweet vermouth and bitters while the Drunken Pineapple has pineapple-infused Tito’s Vodka. // 220 S. Union St., Alexandria; $24-$32
This story originally appeared in the January issue as part of the Winter Wonderland feature. For more stories like this, subscribe to our monthly magazine.