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May 7, 2020

Warrenton ABC store offers curbside pickup for orders

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Customers must place orders online at least two hours before pickup at the Warrenton store.
Its Warrenton store has begun offering curbside pickup for online orders, the Virginia Alcoholic Beverage Control Authority (ABC) announced Thursday.

“The new service will allow for contactless pickup of spirits, Virginia wines and mixers from select ABC stores the same day the online order is placed, as long as inventory of the selected products is available in the store,” authority CEO Travis Hill said.

To use the service:

• Visit

• Select a store that offers curbside pickup. 

• Place an order online at least two hours in advance of pickup.

• Schedule a pickup time.

“Curbside service is one of many modifications we have made to our store operations to ensure customer and employee safety,” Mr. Hill said. “Customer convenience is always a priority, and we expect to provide this service well after the need for social distancing has subsided.”

• Warrenton, at 175 West Lee Highway (Warrenton Village Center).

• Falls Church, 7121 Leesburg Pike.

• Herndon, 378 Elden St.

• Arlington, 1922 Wilson Blvd.

• Leesburg, 506-A Fort Evans Road NE.

• Vienna, 8413 Old Courthouse Road.

• Vienna, 436 East Maple Ave.

• McLean, 1445-B Chain Bridge Road.

• Gainesville, 7555 Linton Hall Road.

• Purcellville, 1020 East Main St.

• Reston, 1454 North Point Village Shopping Center.

• Sterling, 100 Edds Lane.

• Centreville, 5109 Westfields Blvd.

• Alexandria, 4349 Duke St.

• Dulles, 24570 Dulles Landing Drive, Unit 100.

Fauquier’s two other ABC stores — in Bealeton and Marshall — do not offer curbside pickup.

But, “more stores across the state will begin to offer this service in the coming weeks,” Mr. Hill said.
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AngryBob · May 7, 2020 at 3:20 pm
Liquor store and 7-11 employees are my first responders. I'm not worried about the Wuflu until they're closed. But I won't feel like things are back to normal until the 7-11 free chili and cheese dispenser is refilled.
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