Drizly, the mobile application that lets customers order alcohol directly to their doorsteps, announced that it has launched in Los Angeles. Now, individuals in Boston, Chicago, New York and sunny southern California can reap the rewards of the innovation app.
However, a recent contribution piece in the LA Times was a bit critical, saying that the menu wasn’t as detailed – or accurate – as it could be.
“Somebody needs to go through the wine section and organize it better as well as add basic information such as the grape and region,” the article read. “’Washington state’ is not precise enough. Nor is ‘California red.’ We need to know it’s Napa Valley or Columbia Valley or whatever.”
While some might be initially skeptical still of Drizly and all that it has to offer, it allows customers to order yet another things with a swipe of their fingertips.
According to the Drizly website, consumers of legal drinking age simply download the app to their smartphone. Then, delivery drivers will authenticate and validate IDs using Drizly technology.
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