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4651 West Freeway
phone: (817) 989-4700
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Reviews by fjordhook:
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
Compared to the Central Market in Plano it seemed to have the same amount of diversity as that one in beers, but the only added difference is the ability to make your own 6 pack. It's a nice perk compared to the other store. Other than that I still have the same complaint as the other store. I feel cramped with the small amount of space available to maneuver because of the wide selection of wines. Another thing was this store seems more busy and with the limited space it made it even harder to maneuver! Even with these complaints, I am just nit picking and I enjoy shopping at their establishment.
01-29-2010 03:43:02 |
More by fjordhook
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vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 5 | food: 5 | $$
Central Market is the best place for me and my wife. We go here all the time to get food and quality beer. They make some of the best subs and nothing better but a good quality beer with that.
The beer selection here is the best I have found. I have spent so much money on the mix and match six packs that I am suprised that I have any money left. The beer variety is just amazing. it is beyond easy to drop 40 dollars here without a problem. I love trying new beers and if you feel the same, go here.
09-19-2011 07:52:33 |
More by gtermi
vibe: 2 | quality: 4.5 | service: 5 | selection: 4.5 | $$
This is a busy place, and if you haven't been there before and don't know about the little passageways through some of the walls you will be walking all around the maze set-up of the store until you get to the beer and wine section like I did. Awesome selection of beers, especially local ones. Also, the staff (especially JR) was extremely helpful, and willing to make phone calls to reps and distributors if they couldn't answer a question. Like I said before, great selection of brews. Also, they have the availability of doing mix and match 6-packs, which is always helpful if you are uncertain of what you want, or if you are trying to sample the local fare. Prices were not that bad compared to other places I've been to purchase loose bottles. Definitely a safe stop if you are looking for Texas brews.
04-29-2011 21:56:11 |
More by GarthDanielson
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$$
I rated the atmosphere low because of how insanely crowded CM can get. But, they have decent live music here on the weekends and good tastings and events. Always a go-to for Gelato after a good, spicy meal.
The food is of high quality,and the beer quality is good. They take care to keep fresh beers on the shelves and craft beers with great reputations.
The service is absolutely exceptional. They stay out of your way unless you look thoroughly confused or ask. Once you ask, they have a good knowledge of parings and the beer or wine itself.
The selection is good. Nothing outstanding. Always good Texas beer available as well as international and U.S. craft brews. No Sam Adams at all, though.
The food is good. It's easy to find a good paring for your beer and sit and chill with your selections.
Value is a bit pricey, but nothing out of sight. They seem to aim for the middle of the road craft sector. Very little BMC or rare/special brews.
04-03-2011 17:34:51 |
More by videofrog
quality: 4.5 | service: 3.5 | selection: 4 | $$
Have been to this CM and the one in Austin many times over the years. It is our go to beer place primarily because we can also get other 'foodie' (damn I hate that term) items at the same time (e.g. various fresh baked bread, parmesan, high dollar cuts of meat).
Service is helpful if you ask, unobtrusive if you don't need it.
Selection is good but seems slightly less than what is available at the Austin location. Today found Southern Star Buried Hatchet, Gubna and Ten Fidy (but $15/4pk, damn), St. Arnolds, various Magic Hat (which A likes for some odd reason), Sierra Nevada, Brooklyn and even a couple of Mikkeller.
05-09-2010 05:08:00 |
More by htomsirveaux
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 3 | $$
Central Market is a great place for all types of nice food, so I was expecting a great beer selection.
It had some nice qualities, but not great.
The best thing about Central Market is that you can take one beer from any 6 pick you can truly create your own 6 packs. This is aweseome!
However, there are a bunch of downsides. All the beers are in a cooler, which to me is a big no-no.
Secondly, the selection and quality weren't that good. They had a ton of beers but they were all pretty widely available, nothing that was high quality craft, and only a few local Texas beers.
Great, idea, but not executed well.
03-21-2010 22:48:10 |
More by jrallen34
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$
Okay here is the deal folks:
This place has a big selection of craft brews AND you can build you own six packs. They don't charge an arm and a leg to break packs, you may pay $1 or $2 more per six pack.
Beers seen there regularly:
brasserie de rocs
Great spot in a place where it's hard to find craft beers...and they are all cold.
A few years ago I go a liter Chimay blue with a 2002 vintage for $25.99.
06-07-2009 02:34:34 |
More by natelocc787
quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$
Whenever I go to Fort Worth I make it a point to stop here for beer, so I might as well give it a proper review.
This is a really nice market that has a ton of prepared food and gourmet food items. I would love to have one of theese where I live.
As for the beer selection, it is excellent. They have a very large cooler area stacked with all kinds of beers. What is nice is that you can create your own six packs.
I love coming here from my home in Northern California because they carry so many brands that I can't get. They have a good selection of Victory, Great Divide, DFH, Left Hand, Brooklyn, St. Arnold, Rahr, and many more. They also carry a ton of West Coast beers and some good Euro selections (750 ml's of St. B abt 12).
Prices overall are very fair and the people that work at the store are very friendly and helpful.
04-23-2009 19:12:06 |
More by mjl21
quality: 5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
finally made it to cm for the first time, been wanting to go for a long time but isn't exactly on the way to anything i go to. gonna be back real soon though. the mix n match six packs are perfect for trying new beers. online ad said they have over 300 different beers to choose from, i didnt actually count them but i dont doubt their claim. they also had rahr giving out several samples (buffalo butt, ugly pug, red, etc. tried and liked all of them) as well as sierra nevada. the hardest part about going there for me is deciding on which 6 beers i want to take home. the whole store is great, i could easily spend my whole check here. prices are a little higher than average but worth every penny to have the selection they do. really gonna miss this place if we ever move.
04-09-2009 10:01:48 |
More by willyumlong
quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | $$$
Though I had the hardest time finding it with both sides of the freeway called the same thing, the market itself was pretty cool.
The selection was good for the area but still doesn't compare to the bottle shops on the west coast. Lots of DogFish, Left Hand, and Great Divide, but other than that not much other than local Texas brews. Great place to buy singles...though it screws up the six packs when your searching for a specific brew.
Pricing was a little high for 22 oz bottles, but great on the 12 oz...about $1.45.
P.S. It's in a strip mall type area....so if you pass the bunch of stores on the corner of the address, it's in there... no one told me and I drove around for 30 min.
01-22-2009 01:34:30 |
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