Sometimes the weather doesn't allow for a run to the liquor store. Or perhaps your dinner guests arrived early and you forgot to get that bottle of wine. What do you do? What do you do? Well, if you happen to live in New York City you can have booze delivered right to your doorstep.
A new app called Minibar makes it all possible. At the moment, the app is limited to wine and liquor - but hey, that's better than nothing. Here's how it works: all you do is type in your area code and place your order. The app selects booze in your area has it delivered it in less than an hour.
In order to prevent underage drinking, users will be asked for ID upon delivery. Those who lack proof of age will be punished with a $20 restocking fee and no booze.
So far, the Minibar app is available in Manhattan and Brooklyn but it could just be a matter of time before it's available nationwide. Interested? Download the free app on iTunes.
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