Arrow Wine & Spirits - Far Hills
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Reviews by granger10:
3.2/5 rDev -15.3%
This seemed like a wine and liquor store before being a beer store and I think the beer hurt for that. Decent selection of beers that I can't find in Michigan but not as good as some other stops that I made in the city. The cooler was mostly devoted to macros which sucked. Some really old looking bottles hurt the quality level. The guy behind the register seemed near retardation level, so no help there. The cool thing about this place as compared to Dorothy Lane Market (which is next door with a better selection) is you can break up sixers here and not there. Good prices as well. I think I'd still stick with Dorothy Lane Market.
04-05-2005 16:58:30 | More by granger10
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2.88/5 rDev -23.8%
The atmosphere is really nice here, very clean, good part of town. Not what you usually get from a liquor store in Dayton. But that's where the positive ends. They had an average to below average selection. Just a small wooden shelf of single bottles, most of which we're coated in dust and cobwebs. Decent selection of six packs though. Lots of different wine from what I could see. Didnt really look to much as I don't drink wine. I did happen to pick up a bomber while I was there. None of the employees tried to ask if I needed help finding anything, they all stood together talking and laughing at the cash register, now Here's where the story gets interesting! When I go to check out, an employee asks me to empty my pockets. I at first kinda of chuckled thinking he was referring to the high price of the bomber. He then replied whats so funny? Empty your damn pockets. In a stunning disbelief I emptied my pockets, to show him I had not stolen anything. When he then proceeded to read me my total I laughed and told him to shove it. I know enough about customer service to know that's not how you handle that situation. I will not step foot in this store again.
02-17-2012 17:59:53 | More by rogueleonardi
4.72/5 rDev +24.9%
The prices are spot on, for what you are getting. The beer manager there is great. He is knowledgeable and always goes the extra step. There selection is not as good as belmonts but its 2nd best in the area.
I buy a lot of bells, founders, stone, etc. there.
The beer is sold slightly colder than I want in the cooler so I usually buy from the singles area.
I have bought hopslam there 3 times and kbs once. Anywhere that can get me those jewels when the come out has made a customer for life.
Love that I can also get Gin and wine there.
05-15-2011 18:55:36 | More by mjw1200
3.15/5 rDev -16.7%
Like others have said, this place is pretty much a wine/liquor store. The people there are nice enough, but they aren't too familiar with the beer they carry, honestly. The selection is ok, but nothing special. There's a good selection of Stone, Sam Smith, Young's, and Great Lakes, a little Stoudt's, and that's about it. The pricing is ok though, the other day I paid 6.99 for Stone RIS 2009, when I had bought 2008 in Indiana for 8.99 a month earlier. Picked me up a 2009 Old Guardian too--they do get the early releases on the stone stuff. Saw they had a large jug of Dead Guy Ale, which was pretty cool. This is a good place to go if looking for Stone, Sam Smith, or Great Lakes, but I would try some other places first for other stuff. FFF is no where to be found in this store. They won't help you pick something out unless you're looking for some great wine or a good deal on some scotch.
04-13-2009 23:52:27 | More by LordAdmNelson
3.3/5 rDev -12.7%
I have to agree with the other reviewers. Arrow knows their target market is wine and liquor, so they stick to it. Don't get me wrong they KNOW wine but out of the say 12 employees they had in the store, there was "A beer guy". The lady was looking for Grolsh, it's not rocket science. I do like the fact that it's easy to shop for multiple items. You can pay for beer and liquor together and with plastic, some are cash only liquor. It's a good size store and with that amount of square footage it would be nice to have a small section devoted to homebrewing.
I would say it's my 3rd or 4th choice in town when shopping for a good quality beer. There's an upscale grocery store two doors down that carries more interesting imports and craft brews. That said, if your looking for pretty standard brands you could find most places in Ohio (Bell's, Great Lakes, Stone). Then this would be your place and it IS conveniently located
02-04-2009 22:13:47 | More by brokenleadedcask
Arrow Wine & Spirits - Far Hills in Dayton, OH
87 out of 100 based on 16 ratings.