Liquor Outlet Wine Cellars

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Liquor Outlet Wine CellarsLiquor Outlet Wine Cellars
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53 Ratings
Ratings: 53
Reviews: 40
rAvg: 4.29
pDev: n/a
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289 Myrtle Ave
Boonton, New Jersey, 07005-1753
United States
phone: (973) 334-1331

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Photo of irishfighter44
5/5  rDev +16.6%
vibe: 5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 5

Amazing selection and very knowledgeable

Photo of DoubleSimcoe
3.25/5  rDev -24.2%

While visiting my friend and his adorable baby, I found this location through BA and decided to stop by before getting to my buddy's home in Florham Park.

The booze and wine is pretty neatly organized here, but the beer... man, there are open cases pretty much all over the store. Can you say disorganized? Lagunitas, Duclaw, Dogfish, River Horse, Captain Lawrence are among the names I spotted. They just open the case, expose the bottles and leave it there. Not a fun of that practice. Lagunitas Sucks warm, really?

The wall of coolers has packs from all the big-name breweries, including Sierra, Dogfish, Stone and more. Good prices! $8.99 for 4-pack of Dogfish 90.

Past the coolers, they have a nice big wall with bombers, imports and more packs, including shelf talkers with BA ratings. There I saw Brewdog Paradox Jura, several Harvest Ales, Italian crafts, Big Bad Baptist, Lost Abbey (ten brands)…

Disorganized as I said, though, and too much room-temp beer. Plus the service- indifferent guy with a bit of an attitude and his coworker who didn't give much of a fuck. I was taken aback quite a bit.

Photo of Kargeo99
4.5/5  rDev +4.9%

It's not easy to find stores that carry a large selection of craft beer in this area and this is a great one. There is a full wall of singles and a pretty nice selection of 4 and 6 packs that rotate fairly frequently. Decent cold selection too. I am always asked if I need assistance and find the staff realy helpful (if you're into whiskey, ask for Mark - he's amazing). This store keeps getting better and is a top bet for craft beer in the area.

Photo of metter98
4.28/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.75

Vibe: While it is mostly a wine and liquor store, a large part of the store is devoted to beers. They have their own parking lot and its a quick easy off and on from I-287 southbound if you're passing through the area. The store has shopping carts and baskets.

Quality: All of the beers were stored out of direct sunlight.

Service: On several occasions, staff passed by asking if I needed any assistance. The cashiers at the checkout seemed rather friendly and took care of loading up cases for you.

Selection: This place has a sign outside that said to check out their beer wall and they weren't lying about it. The entire left side of the store is a long shelf of beers, nearly all of which are singles. There is a good representation of both domestic and imported beers, including a lot of hard-to-find beers. Just about every beer had a detailed label on the shelf below it, providing some additional information.

Value: Prices seemed very reasonable compared to other stores in the area. They offered a 10% discount when buying a lot of bottles.

Photo of jayneo74
4.26/5  rDev -0.7%
vibe: 4 | quality: 5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.75

This is my go to place for beer since it is very close to where I live. Their selection is great, their prices are pretty good depending on what you buy, and the people who work at the registers are very friendly.

My only complaint is on limited release beers is that they A, don't put them out and B, won't sell them until the "guy who puts them in the system" is there and puts them in the system. I've missed out on stuff I was looking for because between the time I was there and was told to come back and the time they put them in the system, it was all gone. I would prefer a sign up list or a tweet/Facebook post saying that it will go on sale at a specific time. In my opinion, limited release stuff is getting a bit out of hand so this complaint isn't that serious for me.

Overall, to have a great store like this so close is a blessing. Large selection of Bombers, cold beer, and six packs. Could use some more singles for sale but usually I'm up to buying a bomber, 4 or six pack and trying it with friends.

Photo of CassinoNorth
4.03/5  rDev -6.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3.75 | selection: 4.75 | food: 3

This is one of my main stores I frequent.

The staff is courteous but never really had a great beer convo in this store. They'll check on whatever in the back for you no problem. The selection is pretty awesome for the area. They carry all the bigger craft selections (Stone, Founders, Left Hand, Great Divide etc) and most NJ breweries (River Horse, Flying Fish, Cricket Hill etc) and plenty of imports. This is probably on the upper echelon of bottle shops as they get almost every big release (Doom, KBS, Enjoy By, etc) but unfortunately it does sell quick.

Their bomber wall is expansive and stretches probably over 30 feet long with some 4 and 6ers mixed in. That's where I do most of my shopping. They also have a smallish mix a 6 that you can usually make a decent 6 pack from. I'd say its a bit on the pricey side for a bottle shop but it is what it is.

Photo of weissch
2.18/5  rDev -49.2%
vibe: 2.5 | quality: 1.5 | service: 1 | selection: 4

Good beer selection...it's a shame I had the worst customer service experience here of any craft beer store I have ever visited. I'm a 23-year-old beer enthusiast and touring musician, and I actively search out the good stores in every town we come through on tour. I've stopped at the Liquor Outlet in Boonton several times before, but due to the rudeness with which I was treated by their staff today, they have lost my business forever.

This time, some members of my band were under the age of 21 -- but seeing as I was the only one interested in craft beer anyway, they didn't mind waiting in the van while I perused the selection in Liquor Outlet for my personal consumption. After about 30 minutes of scrutinizing the Belgian section, I finally selected three rare bottles which I had never seen before. When I brought them up to the front to check out, they asked to see the IDs of the other 3 guys waiting in my van. When I explained that they were underage but this purchase was for my private enjoyment, I received accusing looks and an apathetic response from each of the two cashiers and the manager. Definitely could have done without that. Of course, I've heard of this store policy before...but could they have said something before I wasted 30 minutes examining their stock? And I would have understood the suspicion if I was purchasing three 1.75 liter bottles of low-quality hard liquor, but three bombers of rare/expensive craft beer? Seriously??

I was treated like a lying, conniving miscreant instead of the loyal, enthusiastic customer I truly was. I understand they are trying to be a responsible liquor retailer, but their execution of this policy today was nothing short of disrespectful and insulting.

Photo of mgp2675
3.59/5  rDev -16.3%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 3 | selection: 3.5

I had heard about this place before, and I saw it at a pretty nice spot on the top list of stores in NJ. I work a few miles away so I decided to finally check it out. I honestly was not very impressed. I walked around for a while just to scope out their beer, one guy said hi to me but usually in a store that promotes having craft beer like they do, they'll ask if you need anything etc. The selection also was not great. I would've scored it lower but the thing is that compared to the average store it's really good. But compared to other stores in NJ, the craft beer (especially anything that could be considered remotely rare) is decent at best. If you're going to get a 6-pack or 12-pack of Sam, Ithaca, DFH, etc. then this is a great place. But if you're considering making a drive out here to see if they have any goodies then don't waste your time.

Photo of Est1986
4.66/5  rDev +8.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4

I'm fortunate to only live about 5 min away from this store with usual traffic. Excellent store, close to an unbelievable selection for the size of store. When you walk in, the right side is all wine and all things bottled liquor that isn't beer, the left side and whole center-floor isle in the back, just in front of the fridge is beer.

All the way to the left, against the wall is the rarer stuff: imports, craft beers, big-celebratory sized bottled beers. When I first went to the store, I didn't look all over and assumed their selection was average and scant. That assumption is wrong. I wanted Innis & Gunn, which is hard to find everywhere, THEY HAVE IT. I wanted to try breweries like Nogne, Aecht, St. Bernardus, Wolaver's, Ridgeway brewing, Belhaven, Weihenstephaner, etc....THEY HAVE THEM! Many smaller stores and especially chains just do not have this stuff. Great store for the beer drinker that loves to test and try out that new potential gem.

I'm sure there are stores in existence, obviously, that have even more selections, but for the size of the store, they seem to do it right and take care of all crowds. If they had a bigger building, with the current job they do in stocking..I'm sure it'd be even more amazing. Staff has always been helpful, fast lines even when the line is almost out the door, it's basically a slow constant walk to the register.

I like that, unlike most local stores close by, they have a website specific to the store in my area and you can find out what breweries/companies they sell by searching the site without having to pick a person's brain. Another cool feature of their site, although never utilized by me as of yet..is the ability to place an order online which you can then pick up at the store.

Photo of bogus564
4.36/5  rDev +1.6%
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 4.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5

It takes me roughly a half an hour to get here from my home, which would prompt the question, why go there? Aren't there any local places just as good?

The answer is no. There are a few places that almost come close, but not quite.

You walk in, and if you look to the right, you have wine & whiskey and accessories. Look to the left, and it's beer heaven.

Walk to the back cooler wall. From the right, you have your 'NASCAR' beers (Coors Light, Budweiser, Miller, that ilk). As you move left, you're looking at craft beers from all over the US and all over the world. More brands and styles than you could shake a stick at.

In the back left corner, there's a cooler full of single beers, likely their most popular. You'll find enough styles so that if you need to have a beer right away, you can get one to suit your needs.

On the leftmost wall, it's craft beer heaven; all kinds of styles and countries and states are represented. It's a sight to behold. You'll hear the chorus of angels.

The staff is polite and helpful, but young for the most part. Not that there's anything wrong with that, but do you want to have an in-depth beer conversation with a 19-year-old?

One thing they do is notify customers of special one-off beers, and they allow you to reserve a bottle if you're a preferred customer. It's a nice perk.

My only wish of this place is that it were closer to me.

Photo of jaluria
4.03/5  rDev -6.1%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4.5 | service: 3 | selection: 4.5

Stopped in as I was passing through the area and was very impressed with their selection. Two long aisles filled with craft beer on either side along with chilled craft beer in the back. I was asked twice during my visit if I needed help which was nice.

I spotted 4-packs of 3 different Sixpoint ales: Righteous, Sweet Action and Bengali Tiger; all of which I grabbed instantly. I also saw a nice selection of Climax Brewing Co ales in 6-packs (ESB, IPA, etc.). Other breweries represented on the shelves were: Sly Fox, High Point, Southern Tier, Defiant, Capt. Lawrence, River Horse, Founders, Great Divide, Avery and Cisco to name just a few.

I didn't spot a tremendous Belgian/German/English section though they seemed to have the mainstays. Looked like the store was heavy on American craft which is fine by me.

Overall, this was a great find and I really recommend it to anyone passing through for some harder to find beers like Sixpoint and Defiant.

Photo of djrn2
4.28/5  rDev -0.2%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 5 | selection: 4

I'm lucky enough to come here twice a week for work so this has become my local store. They have a great selection that is always updated. They get all the new stuff as soon as it comes out. Mark and Kevin (the beer guys) really know what there doing. If they don't have something just ask and if it's available they will get it. The employees are friendly and very helpful with cute chicks at the register. There prices are as low as I've seen anywhere in NJ. It's always a pleasure to go and check out what's new or to chat with the staff.

Photo of buellers
4.5/5  rDev +4.9%

Great selection of 6pks and 750mLs from US and international. No other place about NJ like it. I found a many choices for Rouge including a XS size bottle of a nice IPA I was looking forward to. Also found good choices of Microbrews that I had never heard of. I'm already planning my next trip.

I didn't find a Russian River brew that I have been seeking, but I was told that I could call the beer manager and possibly request some specialty stuff that can't normally be found on the east cost.

The Wine and Liqour selection also seemed pretty good, but I think the place should be renamed based on the fact that most of the store was taken up with beer. One whole wall was filled with 750mL big boys.

Photo of 9InchNails
3.85/5  rDev -10.3%

I walked to the back of the liquor store where the usual stores have their beer section. I must say, they have a huge selection of refrigerated beer, which is quite cool. (no pun intended) The six pack prices were a little cheaper than the other stores I have been to; I was thinking I hit a gold mine.

To the left of the refrigerated beer is a decent wall of beer. I was a little disappointed, they didn't have any single beers for purchase. They had the bigger bottles from all over the world. They do have quite a selection, a lot better than the average liquor store.

I mentioned the good prices on six packs but for the bigger bottles the prices were quite steep. A lot of the bottles I saw, I did see at other shops for a few bucks cheaper. The one unique thing about the store is, on a laminated piece of paper below the bottle, they tell you what type of beer it is, if the beer is light or dark in color, the main tastes in the beer.

The customer service wasn't bad. I was asked if I needed help or if I was looking for something in particular.

Overall, I would go here again because it's the next town over from me. They have a nice selection but nothing crazy. Is it worth an hour drive? No. I'm sure you could find some better places along the way if you decided to take an hour trip.

Photo of hopthamologist
4.2/5  rDev -2.1%

I found this place because I grew up in Mountain Lakes, so I know the area. I was first impressed when I walked in and saw how big the store is. Then, when I found the beer selection...impressive! They have more beers than I have seen in a liquor store. Ramsey liquors is pretty good, but this place has a whole isle of beers. And they have them in the fridge cold, too.

I have not even bought any wine there, but Im sure it is a great place for that. They seem to have a knowledgable staff as well. Its definitely worth the trip!

Photo of acurtis
4.23/5  rDev -1.4%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4.25 | service: 4.25 | selection: 4.5

I stopped in Liquor Outlet Wine Cellar for the first time today. I've passed it many times but didn't realize it had such a killer beer selection. Unreal, I didn't have a lot of time, I was in there maybe 20 minutes but I didn't even scratch the surface. Prices were very well marked and most seemed reasonable. Someone asked me if I needed help but I hadn't even had the chance to find the rare beers so I brushed him away. I picked up some Ballast Point Sculpin IPA, Mikkeller Beer Geek Breakfast, Guiness FES, Founders Breakfast Stout, Brooklyn Choc Stout and a Rochefort #6. I could have picked out so many more but I had to draw a line for today. There had all the locals. Even had Bear Republic and the Bruery from Cali. All the Stone beers of course except I didn't see any Verticals. All beers can be bought single even if only found in 6 packs. Many cold beers in back as well. I live about 30 min away so I'll be back.

Photo of jorg2619
4.4/5  rDev +2.6%

I always stop here on my monthly ventures to NY and my inlaws. It is located right off of 287. I ignore half of the store which is dedicated to wine and spirits. The bottle selection is awesome and cheaper than my PA alternatives. There is also a great selection of sixers and cases. The service is above average but not great. While the selection is great it is not awesome. Beers available are apparently random and rare beers do not frequent the joint. This is not to say that the selection is not good just not phenomenal. Again the prices are great and lots of harder to find beers are here with the big craft selections being complete (such as SN and Stone). they also just got Founders. This is one of my favorite stops and a reliable affordable shop.

Photo of Naugros
4.5/5  rDev +4.9%

My favorite place to purchase beer (and wine as well). There are five beer areas to explore...okay four if you discount the area filled with case after case of watered-down American lagers that are popular with the NASCAR crowd. Note, that is not a knock on NASCAR fans (I root for Jeff Burton), but on their prevalent selection of "brewskis".

Anyway, head straight to the back of the store from the entrance and you'll see the stacks of cases from the more popular brewers in the area (Dogfish Head, Sierra Nevada, Water Horse, Smuttynose, Northern Tier, Flying Dog, etc.). Browse through those, but do not overlook the coolers behind them. Unlike most liquor stores, this is not cooler after cooler of the aforementioned America lagers. There are REAL beers in here! And there are a lot of these coolers (24 of them I think)! I had never seen bottles of Belhaven in a beer cooler in any other liquor store before!

Turn to the wall on the left side of the store and you are now in heaven. Shelves along that whole wall of some of the finest beers known to man. Start at the far right of the wall. Belgian is extremely well-represented there. As you progress to your left (the front of the store) you travel through Europe and arrive in the United States to find the best craft brews our country has to offer (Allagash, Stone, Weyerbacher, Unibroue (okay that's Canada), Rogue, Lake Placid, etc.).

As you reluctantly leave the wall and wind your way to the cash register to drop a small fortune (not due to their prices which are excellent, but due to the amount of bottles you couldn't live without) you see stacks of cases of beers from the Far East and some of the really local brews.

This place is also remarkably well-stocked with wine offerings and the staff is exceptionally knowledgeable on wine as well as beer. This is perhaps the finest liquor store in Morris County.

Photo of Nucleozoid
4.55/5  rDev +6.1%

This is by far the best beer store in my area. They have an incredibly wide selection of excellent domestic and international brands and styles. It is obvious the buyer knows his stuff. I find myself exploring a new brand and style every time I go on a beer run to this place. The staff is very friendly, although it is surprising that the guys on the floor (stockers?) really don't seem to know too much about beer or what beer they carry. The prices can't be beat and I have yet to find an item that is cheaper anywhere else. Highly recommended.

Photo of richbrew
4.35/5  rDev +1.4%

This is my go-to store. They carry a W*I*D*E variety of brewery selections. Whole left aisle & left back is where it's at. GREAT BOTTLE VARIETY (foreign & domestic), 4's & 6ers from lots of breweries. Warm 4/6 packs throughout last aisle and stock piled in the back by the fridge section. Cold section is fairly decent as well. As for the help, they are pleasant to deal with. If I do ask for help, they are glad to do so. Prices and selection are the best out of the 4 shops I frequent. Great store, great prices, great selection! Stop by if you're in the area...

Photo of caresville
4.05/5  rDev -5.6%

i stop here roughly every 2-3 months and stock up with well over $100 worth of crap. if you can get it in new jersey, than you can get it here. they always have the newest releases and tons of favorites from all over the world, the country, the area, etc. every single time i have ever been there i find something i didn't see last time or something i have been wanting to try or a favorite. the only thing i find lacking at this place is some beer geeks. no one seems to know anything about craft beer which is weird because there is so much of it right in the store. the one hispanic guy that is always working seems like he makes circles around the craft beer area and will ask you if you need help which is nice but he kinda just points the stuff out and thats it. everyone is friendly there but i am yet to geek out about beer with anyone that works there. my favorite part about the place is 99% of the time it is a dollar or two cheaper than all of my local beer stores and they give case discounts if you really feel like burning a hole through your wallet. its also very convenient driving wise as it is visible from 287 south and right off the exit. easily one of the best if not the best craft beer store in new jersey hands down.

Photo of infi
4.5/5  rDev +4.9%

About a 20-30 minute drive from the suburbs of New York. Walk in and immediately are faced with wine products towards the front and right sides. Take a left towards the leftmost side wall and you'll find the Gourmet Beer aisle full of shelves of domestic and international brews, all found in either sixers, 4-packs, bombers, 750mL's, individuals and growlers, with the BMC cases on your right. There are also some kegs of specific beers found on the top shelves. The shelves are separated by country and are all easily accessible. Also, there was much convenience for each beer with their respective price tags. Each price tag had a hop meter with its IBU range, which was very informative for someone who's looking to try something new. Each country's section has a very nice selection of brews for you to ponder and look at. Great quality, although there were some old outliers to take note of. Just be a bit conscious when shopping for individual bottles, especially the imports.

The service was mostly self-serve. They'll give you as much time as you want without interrupting your blank stares. It must be a regular sighting there. However, if you do need help, you could just ask and someone would be able to help you immediately. Even the signs say so, like one along the lines of: "If you can't find something particular, please ask us!" Great to know that they value their customers. They also have shopping carts for the days that you decide to go on a spending spree and can't hold multiple bottles at once. Very convenient.

The selection is very deserving of a 5. Each country and region is greatly and generously represented. There are a ton of the US beers, with breweries of numerous states. The gems that I've found that I couldn't necessarily get here in my local were of Founders, Weyerbacher, Bruery and North Coast. Germany had a lot of their hefeweizens, dunkelweizens and dopplebocks. Canada surprised me with the Peche Mortel, which has been a highly sought after beer for me. Denmark had a good amount of Mikkeller, of which I picked up their Beer Geek Breakfast. The United Kingdom were also there with Samuel Smith, BrewDog, Wells & Youngs and Fullers. And the Belgian section was immense with its pale ales, dubbels, tripels, quads, krieks, and lambics. They've got two bottles of Cantillon - the Iris and Grand Cru - if you're ever looking for that.

And finally, they've got around 6-7 freezer doors full of individual bottles, six-, four- and value packs, BMC, and malt liquors. Much convenience for one's who are on the go and immediately want something chilled for immediate enjoyment.

Overall, such a great store. Large and spatious in aisle size for a decent amount of viewing customers. I enjoyed the experience that this place had and would definitely consider coming back for more, not just for beer but also for their wine and hard liquors. Make sure you've got enough time for you to look around or do your homework before coming here, because it's an adventure in itself. Definitely worth recommending and stopping in.

Photo of r0nyn
4.65/5  rDev +8.4%

Decided to take a road trip out to this place based on BA Beerfly reviews, so I dragged fellow BA infi along with me. Boonton is kind of in the middle of nowhere, but it wasn't too hard to get to, right off of I-287. A little out of the way for me, but I couldn't let it go unvisited. And boy am I glad I didn't.

Floorspace is dominated by BMC stuff for the most part, with wines and spirits occupying the right half of the store. On the left-hand side of the store is where the treasure lies. Demarcated by a sign that says 'Gourmet Beers', a long row of craft brews stretches from the front of the store to the back. Domestic sixer and four-packs are up front, followed by a plethora of 750ml bottles more American stuff. The lineup was rather impressive, with offerings ranging from Rogue's to Weyerbacher, Troegs, Southern Tier, Founders and much more. After that came the foreign stuff, specifically German, English, Canadian and Belgian beers. Usual suspects included Weihenstephaner, Samuel Smith's, Unibroue and St Bernardus to name just a few. Suffice to say that the selection was absolutely out of this world. Definitely the most diverse lineup I've ever laid eyes on. They've got quite a few BA Top-100 offerings that have been hard to find around the NY/NJ area, so that was a major plus. There's also a row of coolers in the back that held some of the craft beers behind the first few doors, but as you moved along, it quickly turned into adjunct dross. Most things I checked the date on were within reasonable freshness, but there were a couple that were a bit older than I would have liked. Still, nothing to raise a huge stink over.

Prices were fair and reasonable, for the most part. A little cheaper than what I'm used to from my locals around here, but nothing super exciting. Everything is conveniently labeled, so there's no having to guess how much something is. There's also some handy information on the tags, such as the glassware recommended for the specific beer as well as the IBU rating, which was great for me, since I tend to stay away from the bitter stuff.

The staff was friendly and personable, which is always a good thing for a beer store. The cashier even gave me a 10% discount since we had such a big beer haul (14 bottles or something), which was more than welcome. Didn't get a chance to pick their brains on certain beers since I was in a hurry, but I know I'll be coming back, so I can just save that for next time.

Definitely one of the best beer retailers I've ever been to. Amazing selection, fair prices, friendly staff...honestly, what more could you want in a beer store?

Photo of nyrangerfan
4.65/5  rDev +8.4%

Liquor Outlet Wine Cellars in Boonton is VERY easy to get to as it's just off route 287 and you can get back on just as easily. It has a GREAT selection of beers. The entire left wall is all shelving of warm beer starting with the 6-packs on the left, moving to bombers in the middle and ending with foreign/Belgian stuff on the right (though I don't pay much attention to the right side). Moving to the back of the store is all the refrigerators with TONS of cold 6 packs and some bombers. In the middle between the left shelves and back fridges are pallets and pallets of cases of more beer. They have many beers from the major breweries including: DFH, Stone, Southern Tier, Weyerbacher, Brooklyn, Bear Republic, Green Flash, Victory, Troegs, Founders, Sierra, Allagash, Flying Dog, The Bruery, Rogue, etc, etc... Every time I've been there, I was always asked if I needed help and everyone was always very friendly. The prices are standard for the area which means they're good. They also have everything well labeled with tags that include details about each beer. If you're within 30 minutes of this place, DEFINITELY take the trip as you won't be disappointed. They have a TON of beer, and it probably only takes up 25% of the entire store, so they obviously have a TON of wine and spirits also.

Photo of njmoons
4.5/5  rDev +4.9%

Ended up here based on other BA reviews, and I am glad I stopped.

They have a commitment to beer that I have not seen elsewhere. It started when I walked in the door. They had a sales rep from Erie Brewing, I had fun asking a few questions.

Then I headed for the Wall of 750's oversize bottles, and Bombers. Had fun picking a few new beers to sample.

And by the way, the people that worked there were very pleasent, and helpful. I had 2 people ask if I had any questions in when in the store, and at check out they were quick and friendly. Prices were slightly higher than average, but not enough to discourage me from shopping there in the future.

I will stop by whenever I am in the area.

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Liquor Outlet Wine Cellars in Boonton, NJ
95 out of 100 based on 53 ratings.