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TGI Fridays Wants to Deliver Booze To Your Doorstep

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The worst part about ordering delivery from your favorite restaurant is that you can’t order a cocktail or glass of wine to go with it. Today, TGI Fridays announced it’s solving that age-old problem. At select restaurants, you’ll soon be able to get alcohol delivered with your meal.

Beginning in November, customers can add alcoholic drinks to their delivery order online or through the TGI Fridays app. Availability will begin in Dallas, with expansion coming soon after to the rest of Texas and other states.


Unfortunately, you won’t be able to order a Fridays Margarita, just the ingredients for your cocktail of choice. Delivery drivers will stop at a liquor store to pick up the alcohol after visiting TGI Fridays to pick up the food. Due to the second stop, deliveries could take slightly longer than normal.

To provide the service, the chain restaurant is partnering with delivery company Lash, which already offers alcohol delivery in Dallas, San Francisco and other cities. If the requested delivery contains alcohol, customers must show identification to the delivery drivers to prove their age, according to TGI Fridays. 

Now all you have to do is find some red-striped canopies, Tiffany lamps and your very own flair-adorned bartender, and you’ll never have to leave home again.

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