Missouri grocery store replaces salad bar with booze buffet: 'Most quarantine thing I’ve seen'

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Hey, those aren’t mixed greens!

A Missouri supermarket is truly giving the people what they want during the pandemic, transforming their in-store salad bar into a self-serve booze buffet.

The Manchester branch of Dierbergs Markets recently repurposed its traditional salad bar into a grab and go booze bar, filling the station's slots with 99-cent shooters and cans of beer, the New York Post reports.

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A hysterical photo of the must-see sight has since gone viral on Twitter with over 144,000 likes – and commenters agree that they’d drink to that.

“This is the most quarantine thing I’ve seen,” one user joked.

“Things are looking up,” another declared.

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A spokesperson for Dierbergs confirmed that drinks at the booze bar are currently available for sale and explained how the alcoholic pop-up came to be.

“Looking for a way to leverage an empty salad bar, which has been closed since March of this year during the COVID-19 operational changes, Rick Rodemacher, our store director at our Manchester [location] had the idea to place beer cans in the empty space,” spokesperson Jamie Collins told the Post. “It started with beer cans and then liquor bottles.”

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Cheers to that, happy shoppers.