This is from Kim Komando's USA Today technology column:
"For the millennial adult, it doesn't get better than this: sitting at home, playing with your Echo, and then deciding to meet someone for a hot totty at a nearby gastropub, but you don't want to drive."
Totty is British slang for sexy women, so "hot" is kind of redundant.
I'm sure people have met Hot Totty at a gastropub, but probably KK meant "hot toddy."
A hot toddy is a mixture of a spirit (usually whiskey, rum, or brandy), hot water, and honey (or, in some recipes, sugar).