Note: This section summarizes the temporary changes implemented due to the coronavirus pandemic that are of interest to interstate suppliers. 17.7.1 Liquor Stores Liquor stores, which were classified as non-essential businesses, were closed in accordance with the Governor’s Emergency Directive 003 issued March 20, 2020. Emergency Directive 016 issued April 29, 2020 allowed non-essential businesses including liquor stores to resume retail sales on a curbside or home delivery basis only. 17.7.2 Restaurants in Washoe County (Sparks and Reno) Businesses with an on-premise or off-premise alcohol license may sell packaged alcohol (in prepackaged containers from a licensed manufacturer) for off-site consumption. If the alcohol is sold with meals, food and beverages may be provided on a take-out, curbside pickup, delivery, or[…]

Department of Taxation Liquor Division 1550 College Parkway, Suite 115 Carson City, Nevada 89706-7921 775-684-2000 (phone) 775-684-2020 (fax) https://tax.nv.gov/ Secretary of State Nevada State Capitol Building 101 North Carson Street, Suite 3 Carson City, Nevada 89701 775-684-5708 (phone) 775-684-5725 (fax) http://www.nvsos.gov/ Links for Further Research NV Alcoholic Beverage Control Statutes NV Alcoholic Beverage Control Regulations