Fabulous selection, incredibly helpful staff, and wonderfully fair prices. I spent 40 minutes here and spent over $100 on individual bottles and left with a big smile on my face. They even carried my boxes to my car for me. I will return every time I’m in the D.C. area. Highly recommended.
Really excellent place, especially for DC where good beer is HARD to come by (from Pittsburgh, so I’m spoiled). Clerk was really cool and helpful, important as bottles are crammed in and there’s no discernable ordering principle for the stock. Only complaint is the prices are slightly inflated (World Market in Pentagon Row had better prices on Unibroue beers, but who wants to go to Virginia!).
This is a top notch store, and one of the best I’ve been to, and by far the best in DC. It is right on Conn Ave, which is a major road into and out of the area. Only a dozen or so spots in the back.
Excellent service from folks who know their wares. Amazing selection, simply put, with anything you could need, including rarities.
This is one hell of a place. I grew nearby and didn’t know about it until a friend mentioned it to me and I was missing out. The selection is huge and the staff are super knowledgable. If you are looking for something special stop here first. The prices as I recall are not even bad.
Sufficient wine selection, above average liquor selection, but this store truly shines in its beer offerings. There is usually a knowledgeable beer specialist on the floor who can make educated recommendations
altonbrownd (342) Chevy Chase, Maryland | February 26, 2016| Updated February 27, 2016
I was taken aback by this place. It is really, really great. At some point, one of the friendly employees claims, they had the biggest selection on the East Coast. Lots and lots of beer, way more than 300. I would say closer to 1,000 with lots of local beers, American craft and from all over the world. I even added a new country Honduras. and the great thing is that they sell singles, and you can break any six pack, much better than nearby Magruders. This is a gem that I will keep returning to.
What a great store. Worth the trip in heavy Saturday night traffic on a motorcycle no less. Selections of Belgians and Germans is very good. Good selection of cold singles and seven fiddys. I am definatey going back. Real soon
I feel that Chevy Chase Wine and Liqours is the best bottle shop in the D.C. metro area. It was the only one that had a decent (and huge) seleciton of belgian ales. I found everything I needed in one stop. Huge amount of singles from all over the world. I definately enjoyed my experience here, much more so than at other locations around the D.C. area. Best so far.