Not just because of the products but because of the quality user experience.
The wine, pizza, books, coffee, and health you can buy online from Adelaide businesses
SPECIAL REPORT: COVID-19 ADELAIDE
Perhaps we’re better prepared in the information age to deal with pandemics – has anyone postulated that?
We’ve seen the bad bits of information leading to a run on toilet paper and canned goods, but we can also appreciate that social media coming out of the US now is leading to an overreaction in Australia, which seems to be a good thing when flattening the curve.
And it’s also easy to self-isolate when you can have essentials delivered to your door. Here is a list of our favourite Adelaide-based websites to purchase things from.
One of the best apps we’ve downloaded, this Adelaide-made food-tech company is a favourite of ours. We’ve reported on them since inception and we regularly purchase a piping hot pizza from their menu. There are limits on distances the drivers will travel, but inner metro is covered and postcode 5000 gets the absolute best results, as Bianca uses its digital feedback loops to troubleshoot tiny problems and trends in order to optimise their entire pizza-making enterprise. The result? One of the absolute best-tasting pizzas in Adelaide. We have always said that if we had to choose one meal for the rest of our lives, it would have to be pizza, and Bianca can match it with the best of them.
After spending a full day with the team from Alpha Box & Dice for our current print edition, we are sure this business will never let you down when it comes to an online ordering experience. Smooth visuals and expert user experience is the result of many big brains, and a serious passion for digital resting at the core of this growing, international wine business based out of McLaren Vale. Alpha Box & Dice are doing big discounts and prosecco-based incentives + delivery is FREE Australia wide – all the time.
Emily Raven and the crew at My Kingdom have always been an innovative bunch. We like them because they give us lots of reasons to write about them, but we also love that they’re one of the only cafés with a kick-arse eCommerce portal. Right now you can buy beans, grinders, filters, and design-award-winning equipment from Japan from My Kingdom for a Horse’s online store, which will enable you to make a very good and reassuring cup of coffee at home.
Neither the editor or the publisher of CityMag have been able to touch our toes for some time (maybe not ever). With some new routines entering life due to COVID-19 disruption, we’re looking at ways we might come out the other end with some new health benefits. Power Living on Halifax Street have moved all their yoga classes online! We’ve heard people who practice yoga do form tight communities and we love Power Living’s proactive approach to keeping its people connected. The whole thing just makes us want to reach out and touch… our toes!
Nothing compares to the lived experience of turning off of Hindley Street and in through the double doors of Imprints Booksellers and breathing in the smell of pulped trees and black ink. Imprints is our favourite bookstore, not just for the bound tomes on their shelves but for the wise and empathetic advice Jason and Katherine give us when we are at a loss for what to read. This time, Jason suggests he’s got two types of customers online. One is ordering Cormac McCarthy’s The Road and leaning into the void, and the other is ordering the third volume of Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall trilogy as a means to escape. Which reader are you? Free freight within SA for all orders over $50 and Jason says the turnaround on post is close to next day if you order before 2pm.