Tysons After Dark: Wildfire in Tysons Now Has To-Go Cocktails

The “Tysons After Dark” series highlights different activities that keep people busy once the sun goes down. 

Wildfire in Tysons recently joined the growing list of local restaurants offering to-go cocktails.

The restaurant (2001 International Drive) debuted several cocktails that diners can now order for pick-up.

The Skinny Pineapple Coconut, made from Bacardi Coconut Rum, lemon juice, pineapple juice and Monin Sugar Free Syrup, is one of the options on the menu. A serving for one person costs $11 and $30 for three.

Another cocktail is Stormy Night — a concoction of Effen Black Cherry Vodka, DeKuyper Watermelon Pucker and DeKuyper Island Blue Punch Pucker ($13.75 for one serving, $37.25 for three).

The rest of the available cocktails are:

  • red sangria ($10.50 for one serving, $28.50 for three)
  • margarita ($13, $35)
  • Old Fashioned ($15, $40.50)
  • Moscow Mule ($35 for three servings)

People can get them by calling 703-442-9110 or ordering online. Wildfire also sells red, white and sparkling wines; beer bottles and cans; and non-alcoholic drinks including coffee and Coca-Cola.

In May, Tysons Reporter rounded up more than a dozen restaurants, including Founding Farmers and Bear Branch Tavern, that offer boozy, to-go drinks.

Photo via Wildfire Tysons/Facebook

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