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Cellar Wine & Spirits
$$$ - a bit pricey
[ Store ]
9401 N May Ave
phone: (405) 749-9463
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(Place added by: Nytemare)
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| Reviews: 18
quality: 5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | $$
I recently stopped by this shop for the first time (I'm an out of towner), and was amazed at the size of this store. Huge amount of beer. I found beers that are in extreme limited supply in Oklahoma as well as every other beer available here.
I will now be making a special trip to this store as often as I can. I live about and hour and a half away. It's clean, big and has knowledgeable employees. I haven't seen anything in the area that comes close to this. I just wish they had a nicer website.
01-26-2008 07:03:38 |
More by Chefie
quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 5 | $$$
Probably the best selection of beer in the OKC metro area. They probalby don't have every beer that is available in OK, but they sure are close. The store is huge, very clean and the staff are very friendly and helpfull.
As far as prices they seem to be a bit pricey on most beers, as compared to other liquor stores in the area.
I just scanned the liquor and wine sections and it appeared they carry everything and then some.
A must if you are in the area, you won't be disapponited in the selection.
09-09-2005 18:02:41 |
More by okie70
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
Best selection in the OKC Metro. The have almost every beer available in the state - and more wine than you can count. I haven't shopped for liquor in awhile, but it doesn't look like they're missing much. The place is flippin' huge.
I haven't had a stale or skunky beer from there yet. No bad wine yet either (though I don't drink much wine).
The service is always good & the staff is friendly - if anything, I end up BSing about beer and/or football for entirely too long. Staff recommendations have been good thus far as well.
They're a bit pricey, but it's a lot better than driving all around town in a desperate effort to find something new.
07-04-2007 20:13:48 |
More by OKCNittany
quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Best place to get beer in OKC, and a few blocks from my house. Lucky me. Management and staff are always on top of their game and looking for new ways to get you the beer you're looking for; as the selection keeps growing. They have now dedicated an entire wall to singles. Not for sure, but there have to be well over 250 singles to choose from, so now you don't have to buy an expensive six or four pack to try something out. There's also usually someone around the beer section ready to answer any questions you might have, and there's a cute blond who usually works the register;)
03-21-2008 19:35:40 |
More by stephens101
quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5
Definately Oklahoma City's largest liquor store. Though they claim to have every beer available in Oklahoma, they are missing a few. Not many, but a few seasonals seem to slip past them. Very knowledgable and kind staff, though beer is not their strength. Wine, wine, and more wine. Jesus herald, they have a ton of wine. Also, going with the wine trend, prices are a little steep. They do however keep the cleanest store, and the freshest stock. I have yet to come accross a bottle there past it's freshness date. With that said, if you want nice, knowledgeable people, and fresh beer, and a clean store, I guess expect to pay more. Except on Sam Adams Lager. Always on sale for 5-5.50 for a sixer. What I don't understand is why a sixer is 5-5.50 and a 12pack is always 12.99. No sense.
02-22-2004 15:52:16 |
More by Nytemare
quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
All the beer I've ever bought from here has been good. Due to Oklahoma's liquor laws (no beer exceeding 3.2% ABV may be shipped or stored at below room temperature), this is saying something. The staff is friendly and knowledgeable, always willing to make a suggestion that (usually) turns out well. (Avoid the Old Stock). What really makes this place great is the selection of beers. German, English, Belgian (Trappist selection is stellar), Irish, Mexican and American, this has the best selection of high end beer in Oklahoma city. I saw over a dozen styles of Sam Adams last time I visited. The only real complaint is the prices. Not that you're being gouged (except on wine, jeez...), it's just the zip code the store's in. Still a great place to buy beer...and wine...and whiskey...and scotch, you get the idea.
07-19-2007 08:54:59 |
More by McStagger
quality: 4.5 | service: 4.5 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
The store is located on the west corner of Britton and May in a strip mall. The first impression you get when you walk in is how huge the store is and how pleasing the store is to your eyes. They have a large assortment of good. The owner tells the inventory is up in the millions. The have over a 1000 different beer to choose from and a large assortment of single beer to try. I like that fact because it gives the customer a chance to try beer before buying a six pack and wasting money, although, you will end up spend a little more for single beers it is worth in the long run. The have a nice assortment of wines, champagnes, and liquor. The price are a bit pricey, but selection is not compromised and the staff are friendly and eager to help. A great store to go to and shop.
01-01-2009 22:54:18 |
More by colts9016
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 5 | $$$
HUGE store, as all of their locations are, if you can get it in Oklahoma, then they will have it here [singles of everything also], So if you know Oklahoma gets it, and you don't want to hunt it down, go here. Expect to pay a price for that luxury however, the are just about the highest place around by a $1 or 2.
The store is extremely clean, and laid out very nicely. Also all of the beer is organized into sections according to country of origin. I haven't been to ANY store that has the selection, and without a doubt I have never seen a store with as many singles as this place offers. It really makes trying out new beers more affordable.
01-15-2010 15:00:08 |
More by webbcreative
quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Cellar Wine & Spirits is conveniently located in a strip mall next to Homeland at the intersection of N. May Ave & W. Britton Road with easy access from Lake Hefner Pkwy (US740). From my understanding, this location has been open for about five years. Upon entering, the first thing you'll noticed is how freaking ginormous this place is with over 18,000 sq. ft. of warehouse space making it on of the largest liquor stores in the state. Lots of room to stretch your legs while perusing the beer shelves. I don't know how many beers they actually had in stock, but I'm sure it rivals anything in the state. I was cordially greeted upon entering and the Asst. Manager even showed me around the beer aisles pointing out the latest offerings. I specifically went in looking for the Eel River beers, because we haven't gotten any upstate to date. I ended up buying a perry & a couple of ciders that I haven't had before + a few singles off the magical wall of Pick 6. All-in-all a very pleasant shopping experience. Highly recommend if you find yourself in the city for business or leisure.
01-25-2009 07:49:19 |
More by Beertracker
quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
It is not the cheapest in the OKC metro but this store and it's sisters in OKC and Norman house the finest beer selections I've seen so far in Oklahoma. Not saying there aren't better selections out there... only that this is the best I've seen. It may take awhile to find a place to top is as I'm hestitant to go elsewhere because I know they will have what I want, except for those finer ales which aren't available in Oklahoma (Stone, Dogfish etc). The help is extremely friendly and there's usually at LEAST one person in the room well versed in the myriad beers. It would be difficult for a beer lover to go wrong here. If you're from out of state... just be warned the beer is sold room temperature but it isn't their fault.
12-18-2009 23:47:08 |
More by shakeheap
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