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$$ - reasonable
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8337 N Rockwell Ave
phone: (405) 720-8450
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(Place added by: stephens101 on 06-29-2008)
Ratings & Reviews
| Reviews: 3
Reviews by colts9016:
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
This store is a recent addition to the Cellar's family. Like the Original Cellar Store on May, they did it in a big way. There is a very nice selection of beer. Recently they added single beer for sale. This a very nice way to try beer with out buying a six pack. The boast a very nice Wine selection as well as a nice liquor selection. It is nice that they to get as many beer as possible from different brokers. The staff is really nice and able to help where needed. Enjoyed visiting this store and will go back to get some more beer.
01-01-2009 22:28:15 |
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quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5 | $$
This is by far my favorite beer selection in the OKC area. When I moved from Dallas/Ft. Worth, I figured that in "3.2 land" I'd be hard pressed to find any selections close to what I had grown accustomed to. Then I found Cellar, and more specifically Cellar West.
The beer wall is awesome and very well stocked with the brews available to Oklahoma. They even have as mentioned the "Singles area" where you can buy just one bottle to try instead of a six pack. This allows you to "make your own" six pack.
What really impresses me compared to other stores in the area is the expertise of the staff. When stocking up for New Year's Eve and selecting some more stout selections I was approached by one of the clerks who asked what styles I prefer, then offered a few selections. All of which are good beers that I will be getting again.
Finally, not really related to beer, but is a demonstration of value and customer service. In looking for a gift for a family member that loves single malt scotch I was looking for some good 18 year and the one I found was running about $230 on average with what stores had it in the OKC area. I figured that since I was going to Cellar, I'd get it there. They were $40 cheaper, still had the presentation box (the others had "lost" them) and even gift wrapped it for free.
01-09-2011 02:27:25 |
More by pilotgod
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
Walk in the door and turn right and the entire wall on that side is covered with the beer selection. Single bottles make up a good portion of the wall with six packs taking up the rest. I would say that there is a great selection here if comparing to other locations in OKC, but if you are from out of state it may not look as good to you. For service, if you go up to the counter they will answer you, but during my visit there wasn't anyone assisting in the beer section. The prices are definitly higher than what I have seen. For example, in Tulsa I saw Southampton IPA for $6.50 and at Cellar it was $8... also Old Rasputin was 12.50 and I can get it for around $8. Other than price, it is a good place in OKC.
02-09-2009 19:37:11 |
More by brewintheLou
Cellar Wine & Spirits in Oklahoma City, OK
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