Remember that drawer your parents had in the kitchen, overflowing with menus from different pizza and Chinese joints eager to bring you a lesser version of what you could get in their restaurants? Oh how times of change. With a flick of your thumb and with virtually no interaction with another human being, a complete stranger will gladly bring you any kind of food available in your town within an hour or so. What are the do’s and don’ts of food delivery? What’s acceptable to pick up and take home? What should you just suck up and eat in a restaurant around other human beings? Plus, Tony explains how to use this feature when you live in barren, post apocalyptic Australia.
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