Crust is now delivering alcohol with its pizzas in selected areas of Melbourne.
It is the first quick service restaurant in Australia to deliver alcohol.
The chain’s parent company, Retail Food Group, says it is working with legislative bodies in other states to help roll out the service to its 160 other stores across Australia.
“We’re excited to offer customers the chance to complement their gourmet pizza with a bottle of red or a refreshing craft beer – without the need to pop out to the bottle shop,” said Crust General Manager, Renee North.
Crust Pizza’s decision to start delivering alcohol comes after Wesfarmers’ First Choice Liquor announced in July 2016 that it would be offering alcohol delivery. It is the first major alcohol retailer in Australia to start a alcohol delivery service, which includes a same-day service in metropolitan areas.
Other food and beverage delivery services are starting to expand into alcohol delivery with Deliveroo launching a limited Melbourne based service late last week.
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