Curb your lockdown blues with free delivery from Deliveroo and DoorDash
Curb your lockdown blues with free delivery from Deliveroo and DoorDash
Curb your lockdown blues with free delivery from Deliveroo and DoorDash
Curb your lockdown blues with free delivery from Deliveroo and DoorDash

Curb your lockdown blues with free delivery from Deliveroo and DoorDash

Although absolutely necessary, the three-day lockdown Brisbane is about to endure is a real bummer – especially so close to Easter. While we’re not exactly chuffed at the prospect of retreating to our domiciles for 72 hours, Deliveroo is making the sting a bit easier to bear. The delivery service is doing away with its delivery fee for the duration of the lockdown, encouraging locals to avoid the panic-buying rush and support local.

Look, we think a snap three-day lockdown is a great excuse to eat one’s feelings. We also think it’s a great opportunity to support your local eateries by ordering takeaway. From 5:00 pm Monday March 29 until midnight Wednesday March 31, two of Brisbane’s most popular dinner dispatch services will be dropping its delivery fee, offering a tasty incentive for diners and a much-needed boost for the Brisbane dining scene. Both Deliveroo and DoorDash will be covering the cost of delivery over the next few days, with the deal covering thousands of restaurants that use the service across Brisbane.

Those of you cooped up at home will be able to browse through Deliveroo’s database, which boasts more than 1000 eateries including Gnocchi Gnocchi Brothers, Gelato Messina, Corbett & ClaudeFritzenberger and Big Roddy’s Rippin’ Rib Shack, while DoorDash’s roster (which totals more than 700 Brisbane locales) features Ramen Danbo, Yavanna, Betty’s Burgers, Cheeky Poké Bar, PappaRich and more. If you’re looking to avoid the grocery rush but are running dangerously low on loo roll, you can also score necessities without having to brave the crowds via Deliveroo and DoorDash’s convenience options.

The Stumble Guide is our comprehensive Brisbane dining guide with more than 2400 places to eat, drink, shop and play.

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