Went for special Bolero Snort release. Big store with lots of wine. Good selection of sake. Beer is smaller but a few I haven’t seen elsewhere in NJ.10 percent discount if you buy more than six larger bottles which is nice.
Gary’s has a nice selection of beer, and their beer staff is very helpful when around. decent value if not a bit overpriced, but worth it for the large selection of warm and cold beer, 4packs, 6 packs and bombers. My only complaint is a few times I asked for specific beers they told me that had in stock and then went into the back room and told me they were sold out, not sure if I am not a VIP or if they were truly sold out, but it certainly was disappointing to show up and not get said beers. Overall an above average store.
Great place to stop in if you’re looking to quickly grab a 6 pack or a single bottle. They have a decent selection, but nothing too special or rare. The beer selection has grown from when I first started going there though. Prices vary, some are fair and others are too high. When there is a beer associate there, they’re usually pretty helpful. I have recently met Kyle, and he’s always recommending me some great stuff and always asks how I liked the beer. Very personable.
Great wine and craftbeer shop. Of their 3 stores this is their newest and the flagship. It is big and tastefully appointed. The cold cases are many but the craft beer shelf seems a bit smaller than years ago. This is a great place for wine obviously as well as gourmet food and great sandwiches...but as a craftbeer source...although it used to be my go to...it is no longer the best in the area...that would clearly be Liquor Outlet Wine Cellars. Gary’s could be as good...they certainly have the ability...I just think from a business standpoint they choose to focus on wine. They should reconsider and match the beer offerings to the high level of their wine offerings.
Rather big place, clean and well lit. Definitely a store focused on wine and liquor but they do maintain a nice selection of beer. Nothing that I was blown away by or shocked to see, but considering how I’ve seen some wine and liquor stores do beer, they did quite well here. The sake selection was what I was more intrigued by, and we did leave here with a bottle. It’s on the way to a place we go in NJ every few months so I’m sure we’ll be stopping back in again.
Love this place. Great selection of beers and spirits alike. Noticing more and more they are incorporating more craft beer into there refridgerators. Deli looks great and has alot of different choices for food! They will even get your order together if you order it online. Great customer service as well! Personal favorite store of mine!
QuezXLV (5) Virginia | June 6, 2010| Updated June 25, 2010
This place has a great selection of craft beer, macro-brews and wines. This is a relatively new store (renovated I think in 2007), so the ambiance of the entire place is great.
They have a five tiered shelf, about 20 feet long of several types of craft beers. I spoke with Scott, who was very knowledgeable about many of the beers that they offer. I asked him to help me choose an imperial stout, and he was very helpful. He was also subjective in telling me some of the beers that he did not care for. He was able to point out specific characteristics of the beers, like specific flavors, which I definitely appreciated. The funny thing was when he informed me that he was not even the "main" beer guy at the store, whose name is Todd. He described Todd as a beer dictionary. As far as service goes, it was a great experience.
Regarding food, I’ve only been there about four times to purchase sandwiches, but each one I’ve had was excellent. They also have a large selection of crackers, dips/spreads, etc., not to mention one of the largest selections of cheeses on the planet (maybe an overstatement, but the selection is still huge). Although it’s not a restaurant, I was very pleased with the food they offer.
In terms of value, they always have sales, especially on wine. I can’t speak much for their value with regard to beer, simply because I have not had the opportunity to do many price comparisons. With that said, I thought their craft beer prices were both fair and not excessive.
Overall, this is a great option to buy craft beers as well as pick up a sandwich for lunch or dinner. I highly recommend visiting this store. I’m sure you too will have a great experience!
Beer is overpriced. That being said, the selection is decent. Not amazing, by any means, but they do have most of the stuff one might be looking for. Might even find something a bit on the unique side, such as Moylan’s or Uinta. Service is good, the checkers get you in an out with a smile and it’s basically a nice place to shop in. I stop in from time to time, because when they put something on sale it can be a good deal, but most of the time, a sixer will be at least $1-1.50 higher than anywhere else in the area. And the bombers can sometimes be a couple of dollars higher. Rather shop somewhere cheaper and get more tasty brew for my hard earned cash.
vtafro (91) Wayne, New Jersey | September 29, 2009| Updated April 18, 2011
Prices are good and nice selection but nothing too rare. Can find some nice cheese, which is a plus.