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Las Vegas Council OKs Dial-For-Drinks Home Liquor Deliveries

LAS VEGAS (AP) — Las Vegas residents will be able to dial for drink deliveries under a new law passed by the City Council.

The measure adopted Wednesday lets restaurants and convenience stores deliver alcohol through third-party services.

It was cast as a boost for businesses struggling with coronavirus pandemic restrictions. Councilman Stavros Anthony says it connects someone at home who wants a 12-pack of beer with stores and third-party deliverers.

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Deliveries will be allowed starting Sunday. The Las Vegas Strip is outside the city. Licensees have to ensure drivers are at least 21 years old and to keep transaction records.