Or leaving the couch and putting on pants.
So it’s mighty fortunate that a couple delivery apps just launched in Dallas with the purpose of bringing needed sustenance (think soup and whiskey) straight to your door.
These are they.
The app: Favor.
The service: They’ll deliver food from an area restaurant.
The fee: There’s a $6 delivery charge.
The experience: We scrolled through the app to find a bunch of featured items. But we didn’t want any of those, so we wrote in a special request. And exactly 30 minutes later, our beef pho arrived intact and piping hot.
The findings: It works. And the ability to order pretty much anything left us feeling drunk with power.
The app: Minibar.
The service: Liquor delivery. By Jove, they might just be onto something here.
The fee: There isn’t one, so that’s nice.
The experience: The selection of beers, wines and spirits is a bit lackluster right now. But the app’s easy to use, and our bottle of scotch arrived a blazing 24 minutes after ordering.
The findings: That’s some fast scotch.
One could get used to this.