Cost Plus World Market

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Ratings: 7
Reviews: 6
rAvg: 3.92
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5527 Dressler Road, NW
North Canton, Ohio, 44720
United States
phone: (330) 305-0990

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Reviews by hustlesworth:
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4.3/5  rDev n/a

on a recent trip to belden village i stopped at world market per a fellow BA's advice. i never knew they had beer there and i'm pretty ashamed that i've been limiting myself to giant eagle all this time. no offense to the giant, but world market has the variety without all the macro bullshit to hinder my progress.

the beer dude there looked just like one of my buddies. could have been his brother, but it wasn't. anyway he was super friendly, extremely helpful, and had apparently tried everything in stock and was more than willing to describe the beers and help me find what i was looking for even though he was obviously at the end of his shift.

there was a very nice selection of belgians, english, and fruit beers, but sadly not too many IPAs. alot of western breweries, high class germans, great lakes, and unibroue. the highlight for me was the mix-n-match 6 packs with about 60-70 beers to choose from.

average price per 12oz bottle was $1.89 so paying about $12 for a sixer of my own making wasn't a hard decision for me. some of the belgians were between $9 and $15 for 750ml which seemed a bit pricey to me, but surely a price i'll be willing to pay to try some of the best beers in the world. average markup of brands i was familiar with seemed only to be 0.40 - 0.60 cents.

i'll definitely be back to this world market again especially to try some of the belgians.

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Photo of SINKTIPS_N_SUDS
4/5  rDev n/a

First place in the canton area where I "discovered" unibroue products. Decent selection of craft and import beers. Mix a 6 or some 4 and 6 packs for sale. Plus some glassware and a few craft a brew kits.

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4/5  rDev n/a

Photo of DoubleSimcoe
3.5/5  rDev n/a

This World Market is the closest to my sister-in-law's so my wife and I stop here from time to time when we're in Ohio. It is located in a hugely massive shopping center right by Interstate 77, about halfway between Akron and Canton. Enormous parking lot outside. I wonder if it ever fills up?

The beer selection is pretty much on par with most World Market branches: solid and serviceable, but far from spectacular. Wine is, as always, the star here. And unlike in the wine section, where they always have some great deals, the beer shelves don't see huge discounts.

You'll find packs of Great Lakes (of course), Dogfish 90, North Coast Old Rasputin, Victory Hop Devil... bombers of Chimay, Delirium and other Belgians, plus some Stone (Smoked Porter, Arrogant Bastard).

They got the customary single-bottle section, but I have never been compelled to create a whole six-pack at a World Market. The choices are a little boring.

They also got gift-packs (I guess ready for the Christmas season, about to start when I visited) like "Craft Beers of the World", with a bunch of bottles all wrapped-up neatly, and the Belgian pack.

By the cash registers I spotted bottles of Ridgeway beer from England. The Lump of Coal stout and one from the Elf series. Interesting...

Service is good at the registers, super friendly, but don't really expect anybody around the beer. There, you are on your own.

Prices are fine. Quality can be hit or miss, as is usually the case with beer at World Market. Not enough turnover, and you may buy a beer that is past its prime. Watch for that.

Good spot for a quick beer run or beer emergencies. Not a destination, but helpful enough. Oh, buy some meats and cheeses at the food section too, they got some good deals!

Photo of bcray
4/5  rDev n/a

I stop in at World Market every once in awhile to put together my own six pack. Theres nothing worse than dropping a bunch of money on a six pack of one specific beer and end up hating it so I like it when I find a place that sells single bottles. Theres always a good selection of singles at World Market and there's almost always something I've never tried. Once or twice I have gotten a skunked beer because its sat too long but that hasn't happened much. Thats my only real complaint. The price is reasonable as well. Last time I was there was in October and they had a decent selection of seasonals.

Photo of drgonzo3705
3.65/5  rDev n/a

I enjoy stopping at World Market from time to time to keep up with their selection. Its set up just like other World Market stores. All the way in the back left corner is where you will find your beers. They have a decent sized selection of single bottles for sale and have custom mix-a-six holders which I thought was cool. The beers are reasonably priced as singles, a slight markup, but the ability to buy single bottles is worth a small markup to me. I give them a 3.5 for selection. Borderline between average and good, if they carried a few more beers I would definitely bump up their rating some more. Service is good, someone is almost always back in that area and will offer assistance if needed. First time I ever went in I met a guy named Chris who I think heads the department and was telling me he just went on a road trip to check out different breweries which I thought was cool that a store like that actually has someone who has a clue about craft beers working for them! Worth the stop if you're in the area, but they dont have anything that im going to leave my house suddenly to go get!

Photo of Dogbrick
4/5  rDev n/a

This World market is similar to any other one I have been to. It is in the Westfield/Belden Village area of Canton. It is in a strip mall with other chains like Jo-Anne Etc and H.H. Gregg so there is plenty of parking.

World Market is a great store. It is like Pier 1 but with alcohol. They have a selection of wines and beers from all over the world. The best thing is their "beer endcap", which allows to to mix and match single bottles from pretty much any of the 6-packs they carry. What a wonderful way to sample beers!

You can also find some Belgian brews like Corsendonk in larger bottles. Regionals like Great Lakes are usually in stock as well. All in all, this is a one-stop place to try 50+ beers without having to buy more than one bottle at a time. While you're there, you can get a chair from Japan and some placemats from India.

The service here is decent. You can usually find someone in the beer/wine section of the store who knows what they are talking about.

Cost Plus World Market in North Canton, OH
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