Butters (185) Richmond, Virginia | December 29, 2008
50 AMBIANCE 3/5 SERVICE 5/10 SELECTION 8/15 FOOD N/A VALUE 3/10 OVERALL 9/20
Small liquor store in an up-and-coming shopping strip a few miles past the intersection of Old Hickory and Nolensville. The store had a nice open-layout and was well staffed. And despite not knowing anything about beer, they were still very friendly. I was a fan of the *round number* pricing - everything was rounded to the nearest fifty cents. Which I guess caused the prices to seem unusually high, but not outrageous. Even though the selection was fairly small by Nashville standards, it was decent for the size of the store. They even had most of the beers stored in coolers. Nothing overly exciting, a few Avery, mendocino, belgian imports, and russian strong ales. But this is the only liquor store in the area that is offering any beers at all. There is also an unaffiliated beer and tobacco shop a few doors down, which has a few decent brews, but mainly supplies the macros.