July 25, 2017

Cocktail app sends a bartender in 30 mins



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Founded in late 2013, Los Angeles-based Saucey currently delivers booze to thirsty patrons in five cities: San Diego, Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Francisco and Chicago. Picture / 123rf While most people won’t find themselves in the position of needing to secure a bartender on short notice, those who do in the US can turn to on-demand alcohol delivery company Saucey to send one straight away.

This week, the startup added push-button bartender service to its inventory, meaning amateur party planners or corporate hosts can book a professional mixologist through the Saucey mobile application or website for an upcoming gathering with just 24 hours notice.

The only catch is that users are required to book a minimum of three hours, and the bartender-delivered-to-your-doorstep convenience isn’t cheap […]

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