NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — The Metro Nashville Beer Board voted to extend the current emergency regulation allowing for curbside to-go and beer delivery until November 30. The vote was unanimous.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions on in-person service at bars and restaurants, the Metro Beer Board created the emergency regulation allowing for curbside and delivery of beer on March 15. The board said extending this regulation will allow the team to transition to permanent delivery and curbside to-go permits starting in mid-November.
The board said the emergency regulation provided a necessary tool for many Davidson County businesses to survive. Making the regulation permanent would provide businesses with the flexibility to survive the current public health crisis and what may happen in the future.