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Alcohol delivery in New York City

Beer, wine and liquor delivered for free in under 60 minutes

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New York City has long captivated the world’s imagination. Practically a country in itself, the Big Apple is home to... 8.8 million souls within its borders and over 20 million in its sweeping metropolitan area (which, FYI, is larger than the country of Belgium). Although the city may shock you the first go-round — the “New Yorker vibe” isn’t exactly false advertising — after a while, you start to realize that the famed gruffness is actually just another type of love language. Think southern charm, but more time-efficient. After all, this is a city that’s got places to be. There are five boroughs to navigate, 789 bridges to cross, a lifetime’s worth of concerts and art exhibits to see and over 1,700 parks to visit. And with over 180 liquor stores in the city, it’s also the ultimate hub for the world’s best booze. You have access to it all with Drizly. Simply visit our website or app, make your selections and sit back in wonder as they arrive at your door in 60 minutes or less. Now that’s a New York Minute.

FAQs about alcohol delivery in New York City

  • Does Drizly offer contactless delivery?

    Yes! We all want to make the alcohol delivery experience as safe and easy as possible. You'll need to show your ID to your driver, but you can hold it up for contactless scanning. We have also recommended retailers contact you for delivery instructions, and eliminate customer signatures to minimize what you need to touch.

  • How does Drizly work?

    Drizly partners with local liquor retailers to bring their inventory to your fingertips. Just download the Drizly app to a smartphone (iOS and Android), or use your Web browser to get your favorite beer, wine or liquor delivered to your doorstep.

  • Are there any fees for alcohol delivery in New York?

    In most of our delivery markets, there is a $5 delivery fee applied to each order. These fees are in place to help our retail partners offset costs involved in the delivery, and some areas have increased fee zones and higher minimums based on your address. In New York City most stores offer delivery for free. 

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