Huge gourmet food, wine and beer store, reminds me of John’s Marketplace in Portland. Very, very solid selection of regionals (Bourbon Barrel Arcadia Porter) with an outstanding import selection, allowing you to find some semi-rare Belgians (Liefmans Gluhkriek), Germans (Plank) and some new countries (San Marino). I liked this store a lot and would probably have spent a hundred dollars had I not been on a budget and already had a truck full of beer.
Stopped by here after visiting the Eccentric Cafe. Typical strip mall setting, and plenty of parking. The staff was helpful and friendly. This place is huge, with a large selections of beer, wine, spirits, meats, cheeses, other foodstuffs, and who knows what else. I didn’t venture into the downstairs wine cellar and humidor. Lots of beer. Nothing terribly rare but a few interesting selections and Michigan and US Micros are well represented. I picked up a few cool bottles and would have gotten more had I not already had too much beer for my luggage. Prices were good. Nice place to stock up on bottles.
Stopped by here after leaving Bell’s... its basically a grocery store, has some interesting ethnic things... beer selections is pretty big, but not overly unique, everything but a few Michigan beers are widely available... not a bad place, just not a place you need to visit if you’re from out of town
not a bad place but i could tell that some of the stock is pretty old. Lots of good stuff however-arcardia, stoudts, and alot of dogfish head WWS 04. good belgian selection and i didn’t see any dark horse like Philip saw. not bad but there are definately better in this town.
A decent bottle shop with friendly staff, but WAY overpriced. I haven’t had any food from Tiffany’s, but they do have a few options.
esjaygee (262) Oak Creek, Wisconsin | July 13, 2008| Updated April 23, 2009
Nice selection of beers, many in a build your own section that pretty much takes up most of an aisle, though it’s a bit cramped right up against the coolers. Created a few sixers (10% discount 6 +) and found a bottle of Unibroue Edition 2005 on the shelf, nice. Staff was friendly and helpful. Selection is pretty big, especially on the foreign end of things.
sthlm (147) Blank, Alabama | June 2, 2009| Updated June 2, 2017
Good selection for the area, lots of Michigan micros and some singles. Good amount of Belgium and Russian brews.
MrBunn (92) The Wet Side of a Dry Town, Pennsylvania | December 23, 2007
Due to strange coincidences, I was in here three times yesterday. Selection is really pretty good and service is nice, too. You can find most of the MI & regional stuff you might want and a fairly decent selection of imports. I would agree with most of the users and say that prices are a bit high... (maybe one or two dollars high on most of the bombers I looked.)
Located in a strip mall with plenty of parking. Nice little place... like a well-stocked grocery store in the front with wine/liquor and beer in the back. Multiple door cooler on the far side with a few shelves of beer. Not a bad selection. Had your standard breweries (Great Lakes, Sierra Nevada, Founders, Bell’s, Short’s, etc.) coupled with a rather nice Belgian selection and other random international smatterings. Decently priced and worth a look around. You’ll find something interesting.