We Have Flying Drone Bartenders, Finally

Tuesday, June 03, 2014


The Marquee Dayclub within The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas has begun what we hope is to be a new trend within the drinking culture -- aerial-drone bottle service.

Pay no attention to the fact that any would-be bottle snatcher must volunteer the safety of their fingers in order to receive such precarious cargo. After all, partying hard is about the thrilling experience; no safety guaranteed. After purchasing the drone for aerial photography, The Cosmo employees came up with the idea for the drone bar service upon realizing that the aircraft could support up to 12 pounds. And wine bottles only weigh about 3 to 4 pounds. You do the math.

Debuting for the first time this Memorial Day weekend, this spectacular, flying robot-bartender is not a cheap thrill, either. A spokesperson from the club claimed that the drone bottle-service is only available to patrons who spend more than $20,000 on alcohol. To sweeten the deal, the service also includes an aerial photo of your booze drop. Such photos that we hope somebody -- probably a millionaire -- will be posting to Instagram at any moment.
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