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Minibar App Means It's Always 5 O' Clock In New York City

Posted at 10:31AM Friday 07 Feb 2014

Manhattan is getting a little help with getting boozy from apps like MiniBar. It's an alcohol delivery service that brings the drinks to you in under 60 minutes. To order, just download the app and enter your zipcode to see your local liquor store. The app currently provides service to Manhattan south of 96th Street. Delivery is free, but you have to reach a minimum of $25 for the service – easy if you get a bottle.

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