With the curfew lifted at the end of May, and other measures will be easing up over the next few weeks, the time has come for Montrealers to get together for the first time in what feels like forever.\nThe balmy temperatures and long sunny days of summer are well and truly here, and what could be better than a backyard barbecue with up to eight of your favourite people (including yourself) to celebrate?\nIf you hate to interrupt your hang out with a trip to the dep for more drinks and snacks, Skip's got you covered! The Canadian delivery company has a wide selection of drinks and dishes that you can have delivered right to you.\nTo have alcohol delivered with this convenient service, just add it to your order on the Skip website or mobile app along with a minimum food purchase.\nWhether you want a can of sparkling cider, a refreshing beer or a glass of wine, you'll find something on Skip that'll delight your taste buds.\nCaldora Pinot Grigio From Wienstein & Gavino's\n\n\n\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Wienstein & Gavino's (@wiensteinandgavinos)\n\n\n\nPrice: $35\nAddress: 1434, rue Crescent, Montreal, QC\nDetails: Embrace some Mediterranean flavours at your barbecue with some polpo (grilled octopus, tomato, olive and feta antipasto) and a glass of chilled Italian white wine.\nMenu\nMolson Canadian From Dunn's Famous\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Beer Tales (@thebeertales)\nPrice: $7\nAddress: 7385, boul. Décarie, Montreal, QC\nDetails: For a more laid-back barbecue with a taste of Montreal, opt for a crisp local pilsner to enjoy alongside some smoked meat poutine from Dunn's Famous.\nMenu\nWhitehaven Sauvignon Blanc From Elixor Laval\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Elina Sazonova | Pexels\n \n \n \nPrice: $46\nAddress: 1795, ave. Pierre-Péladeau, Laval, QC\nDetails: A Maui grilled chicken salad and glass of sauvignon blanc with notes of peach and citrus could be a good choice if you found yourself light on side dishes on barbecue night.\nMenu\nBoréale Blanche From Pot Masson\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Elevate | Unsplash\n \n \n \nPrice: $6.90\nAddress: 3141, rue Masson, Montreal, QC\nDetails: Looking for something that'll go well with veggie burgers? You might like a light-tasting beer and a vegan sweet potato stew — which comes in a mason jar!\nMenu\nSol From Frérot Cuisine & Bar\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Kevin Woblick | Unsplash\n \n \n \nPrice: $9.20\nAddress: 78, boul. Gréber, Gatineau, QC\nDetails: This light beer was made for sunny summer evenings. Add some finger food — like beer-battered onion rings, chicken wings or nachos — to your order and you're all set for barbecue night.\nMenu\nCerveza Tecate From Super Taco\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Tim Harris (@timothysharris)\nPrice: $9.00\nAddress: 500, rue Bélanger, Montreal, QC\nDetails: Are tacos an unconventional pick for a barbecue? Maybe. Are they welcome anyway? Definitely. Pair them with a Mexican beer for a barbecue fiesta.\nMenu\nHenkell Trocken Piccolo From Petinos\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by MaggiMei (@magmei)\nPrice: $19.95\nAddress: 7196, boul. Langelier, Saint-Léonard, QC\nDetails: If you haven't considered a barbecue for brunch, take this as a sign. Order some savoury Victorian crepes and throw in some mimosas while you're at it.\nMenu\nMénage à Trois From Le Uptown\n View this post on Instagram A post shared by Georgia Guzzo (@eatingcuritiba)\nPrice: $40\nAddress: 1361, ave. du Mont-Royal E., Montreal, QC\nDetails: A glass of red wine with hints of berry is the perfect buddy for those sizzling steaks on the grill. Add some beignets to your order to take care of dessert at the same time.\nMenu\nMartens Pilsner From Pizza Cafe Taché\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Cottonbro | Pexels\n \n \n \nPrice: $6.95\nAddress: 481, boul. Alexandre-Taché, Gatineau, QC\nDetails: Next time your bag of charcoal or propane tank runs out, you can save your barbecue with an extra-large gourmet pizza and a couple of cold pilsners from Pizza Cafe Taché.\nMenu\nYou'll want to relax and have a good time at your first post-pandemic barbecue, which is why being able to order extra snacks and drinks with Skip is so handy. Just make sure that whoever places the order has their ID close. Without it, delivery people won't be allowed to hand over your drinks.\nTo learn more about having drinks and food delivered, check out Skip's website or follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or YouTube.\nNarcity does not condone the overconsumption of alcohol. If you are going to drink alcohol, please do so responsibly and only if you’re of legal age.\nNarcity does not condone illegal gatherings. Always make sure to follow all provincial public health measures and respect physical distancing.\n\n\nThis article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.