Mr. Jay's Place Bar - Your friendly family-owned neighborhood bar.


We're all adjusting to this new reality and however long it may take, we're committed to the same level of service you have come to expect from us when things were "normal". To help guide you through the process of "contactless" delivery, please review the following FAQs. As always, if you have any questions, do not hesitate to reach out directly at any time.

Q: Where do you deliver?
A: We are currently delivering beer to the majority of Center City. 

      Please see the map above for more details. 

Q: What if I live outside of the delivery zone?
A: For now, we are limiting our deliveries to ensure a timely, efficient process. We reserve the right to cancel any order placed for delivery outside of the current zone. Please contact us directly if you have a specific question related to location.
Q: How much does it cost for beer delivery?
A: Delivery fees are charged according to order cost, a figure that also includes a tip for our driver. 100% of this fee will go directly to our drivers, many of whom are hourly employees hit hardest by the closure. Fees range from $5 (deliveries $10-$40) to $10 on orders over $80.

Q: When will I get my beer?
A: Most orders will be delivered within 60 minutes of your purchase. Order before 7:45pm and you'll receive same day delivery. Drivers will contact you upon arrival. The delivery window is 12pm-8:00pm, seven days per week.

Q: How much beer can I order?
A: Bar offers the largest selection of beer available for delivery in the Philadelphia area. Please note that there is a quantity restriction of 192 ounces for one transaction. If we can fit it in a car, it's coming your way. Everything from 6-packs, 12-packs, Four 40's bottles are available per transaction.

Q: Is there a delivery minimum?
A: YES! We know you need beer, so only $10 Minimum is required per transaction.

Q: I thought that you guys were doing pickup at your bar . Is that no longer the case?
A: Due to a high-volume of demand for deliveries and government mandates limiting folks to shelter at home, we determined to shift our focus solely towards delivery and takeout. We apologize for any inconvenience but everything that is available for pickup is also available for delivery.

Q:   Is there a limit to the amount of malt or brewed beverages that a retail licensee holding a transporter-for-hire license may transport at one (1) time?

No. While a retail licensee is limited to sales of malt or brewed beverages for off- premises consumption in quantities of one hundred ninety-two (192) fluid ounces or less of malt or brewed beverages in a single sale to one (1) person [47 P.S. § 4-407], a transporter-for-hire licensee does not have this limitation. Therefore, a retail licensee that holds a transporter-for-hire license may transport and/or deliver multiple orders to one (1) or more consumers or locations. Retail licensees should keep records demonstrating that they have not exceeded the one hundred ninety-two (192) fluid ounces limitation.

Q: Do the prohibitions in the Liquor Code on sales and service to minors and visibly intoxicated persons apply to deliveries by a retail licensee that holds a transporter-for-hire license?  Yes. 

Q. What is the minimum age of a person delivering malt or brewed beverages for a retail licensee that holds a transporter-for-hire license?

     Twenty-one (21). The Crimes Code prohibits any minor who is under twenty-one (21) from intentionally transporting liquor or malt or brewed beverages. [18 Pa. C.S. § 6308(a)]. Therefore, no one under twenty-one (21) years of age may deliver malt or brewed beverages for a transporter-for-hire licensee. Although there is an exception for employees of distributor and importing distributor licensees, there is no such exception for other licensees such as transporters-for-hire or retail licensees. [47 P.S. § 4-493(27)]. 

Q: Is a transporter-for-hire licensee required to check ID upon delivery? 

Yes. The transporter-for-hire licensee is required to check the identification of the individual accepting the delivery and it must maintain records to document the verification of IDs. 

Q: May a retail licensee that holds a transporter-for-hire license accept payment for malt or brewed beverages at the time of delivery?

No. The sale of malt or brewed beverages is a transaction between the retail licensee and the consumer that must be fully completed on the retail licensee’s premises. A retail licensee that holds a transporter-for-hire license cannot accept payment for the malt and brewed beverages at the time of delivery. 

Q:  May a retail licensee that holds a transporter-for-hire license charge a delivery fee at the time of delivery?

Yes, as long as the delivery fee does not include payment for the malt or brewed beverages. 

Q: What precautions are you taking to ensure that both your guests and staff remain safe during the process?
A: This is the most important part of the process and as such, we've outlined our SOP in great detail below.

1) Staff is to wash hands thoroughly for at least 30 seconds using hot water before starting an order.
2) Gloves are put on.
3) Gloves are sprayed with high-alcohol solution and rubbed to coat the entire hand.
4) Order(s) are picked and marked with name, pickup date, and pickup time.
5) Using high-alcohol solution and a microfiber cloth, any hand touch areas that were used are cleaned again.
6) Gloves are removed and thrown in trash.

Effective Monday 03/30/2020:

In an effort to promote social distancing and limit exposure to our customers and staff, we are asking everyone to prepay takeout and delivery orders via internet or phone. For takeout orders you must wait outside and call for curbside pickup and customers are not permitted inside the restaurant. For delivery orders our drivers will leave your order outside of your door or in the lobby and call upon arrival. Thank you for your continued support of our business and partnering with us to keep social distance.


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