You know what we need to go along with this bacon-wrapped economy of ours? A vodka-soaked economy. Thank goodness for Saucey, the new alcohol delivery service that just launched in San Francisco. It's like Uber for ouzo! Lyft for libations! Sidecar for sidecars! (GET IT?!)
The LA-based app is expanding to San Francisco this week and we couldn't be happier. Do you know how far the corner store is from our apartment door? (It's literally across the street.) Just think of how much time and effort we'll save by getting our stiff drinks delivered directly to our stoops.
To be fair, convenience doesn't exactly come cheap. A six-pack of Coors Light will set you back $12 (Twelve bucks! We always knew Coors was a Republican beer.) A 22 ounce bottle of Arrogant Bastard goes for $9. A bottle of Veuve will run you $55. (Of course, a portion of the company's profits are being donated to Charity Water.)
You can also order cigarettes, pre-mixed cocktail kits, and red Solo cups. Which, let's get real. If your party's raging so hard that you can't leave it for ten minutes (OR your life is in such utter shambles that you can't manage to put pants on before getting more booze) you probably have plenty of Solo cups lying around already?