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The future has arrived - you can now order drinks on your mobile in Coppers

Less queuing, more boozing.

TELL US. WHAT’S the worst part of a night in Copper Face Jacks? Well, what’s ONE of the worst parts about a night out in Copper Face Jacks?

Yes, it’s queuing at the main bar. Nightmare.

Try to get through this lot and carry a tray of Jager back in one piece:


But wait. New developments mean that you may be able to skip the whole queuing process altogether.

The cashless payment app, Orderella, has just announced that it will be in operation in the beloved Harcourt Street haunt.

You just have to download the app, order your drinks or food, and everything will be delivered directly to you.

But don’t think they’ll find you on the dancefloor. During busier times you’ll receive a message when the order is ready so you can collect it from the bar and skip the queue.


Just imagine it: no more flailing to get attention, no more chatting to people you’ll swear to meet up with on the dancefloor later, no finding vodka receipts from 3.31am in your bag the next day…

You make payment through PayPal or debit and credit card, so you’ll never have an excuse to skimp on your round again. And you can avoid the black hole that is endless questionable cashback requests.


You can get the app on the App Store or Google Play, and it also works in the likes of The Living Room, The Market Bar, and Kehoes.

By Nicola Byrne. Originally posted on 


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