flatmatt (81) Northville, Michigan | June 9, 2012| Updated July 24, 2016
Huge, very fine store, with only a a couple aisles of craft beer--but given the size of the store, that’s definitely enough. Also huge selections of wine, gourmet foods, and liquors. First went on a Saturday, when the store was packed with people for some sort of mass sampling event with free food and whatnot, and oddly a DJ. Dropped about $50 that day and came back the next day when it was much less crowded to spend the same amount! Tried a couple samples of the "staff picks" from a staff member traveling around the store; both were good and I ended up picking up one of them. You can also break up any 4- or 6-pack in the store (including cans if you’re wondering). Don’t miss the variety of local and other Massachusetts growlers in a fridge along the back wall; all at surprisingly good prices. When I looked at the list of what was available in Massachusetts, I didn’t think I’d end up picking much up, as the listings I saw were mostly all available in various states around the Midwest, but the selection was deep enough that I ended up going way over my intended budget. Less beer-buying I have to do at home for the next few weeks, though.
I had visited the Table and Vine in Noho many times while still living in Amherst, but never been to this, the bigger, one. A great first stop on my mini new england vacation. Could have spent hours just looking at the liquors alone. Always depresses me a little bit going to these stores because our selection in NC is so pathetic. They do have a great selection of gourmet foodstuffs but I didn’t buy any on occassion. Think I got some truffle butter at the Noho location once though. Yes, it was good.
Gigantic liquor store with an impressive selection of craft beer. Two 50-ft long isles with singles on both sides. The import section was fairly normal for a larger beer store but the domestic section was amazing. I was able to pick up a ton of local singles and harder to find California beers that I can’t get further south. Staff was knowledgeable and helpful and the prices were normal for the beer that I bought.
My best local bottle shop. Place is owned by Big Y grocery stores and it resembles a grocery store. Huge, well lit, and clean. Staff is friendly and willing to help. The beer manager Tom is knowledgeable and always happy to help if you need to know something specific. Prices are a bit high for Mass. and they allow you to break up 6-packs but dont do it. The upcharge on a single is pretty bad. Good selection and good service.
Great selection of New England locals. Was driving through from Vermont, and was happy to pick up stuff we don’t usually see in New York (including Russian River and Lost Abbey beers!) Imports section was a little boring, but domestic crafts were spot on (though super-rare). Wish I knew something about wine, because the wine and liquor selection completely dwarfed the beers. Prices seemed on the high side, but not unreasonable. Staff was friendly. Any case, will definitely be stopping back if I’m in the area (basketball hall of fame is nearby). Be wary though - my GPS sent me to the wrong address, about 10 minute drive away.
my father in law told be to check this place out and I’m glad I did. This store single handedly covers the Northeast US and has a good bit of Canadian beer as well. Prices were fair to high but the selection is staggering. Really nice place.
You won’t find much by way of service, but that’s OK. Just wander up and down two looooong rows of craft and imported beer and be sure to check out the coolers and special displays near the back. When I lived in New Haven, CT, I would make the 50 minute drive north every other month to stock up on what could not be found in CT. If it’s distributed in Mass, you’ll likely find it here. Prices are perhaps a bit higher than some other places in the area, but no higher (and probably lower) than in the Boston metro. Selection trumps all, and that means this is a great place.
Best liquor store I have ever been to. Great selection of beers from around the country that aren’t easily attainable. Very nice looking place with nice staff that seems to know what they are talking about.
I can’t wait to get back there. I also can’t believe I have never been there before.
They have a great selection of bottled beers, a knowagable staff, and a nice clean and tidy gorment store. I make the drive to the Springfield area every month. I will be stopping here everytime to pick up a few hard to find beers. WOW! i WISH i HAD KNOWN ABOUT THIS PLACE SOONER!