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Food / May 20, 2021

Deli 147 are (finally) open for click & collect

Food / May 20, 2021

Deli 147 are (finally) open for click & collect

Words: Emily Mullen

“Swerve the Q”

Rain-soaked Dubliners rejoice Deli 147 have finally launched their click & collect option. Customers can now order Deli 147’s sandwiches online, skipping the faff and the inevitable queues.

In a move that admittedly took Deli 147’s owner Barry Stephens more time than first anticipated, he wrote on the sambo slingers Instagram account, “delighted to announce that after sitting on our hands for a good few months we are finally going live with our click & collect site. It only took me about 6 months”.

“So if you don’t fancy standing in line and reflecting on life why not click the link in our bio somewhere”

Stephens asked customers to “go easy on us” as he is still setting up the sandwich shop, or as he says, “I’m still banging rocks together to get fire”.

Stephens thanked designer Jen Stephens for “giving me the root up the hole needed to get this going”.

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