McNeil Street Market

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PLACE INFO

Type: Store

444 E McNeil Street
Corunna, Michigan, 48817
United States

(989) 743-4614 | map
mcneilstmarket.com

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Added by Lauthaha on 08-18-2010

PLACE STATS
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Ratings:
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1
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4.6
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Ratings: 2 |  Reviews: 1
Reviews by Lauthaha:
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4.2/5  rDev 0%

Quality: Very well-maintained building, always clean and well stocked whenever I visit. About 15 cooler doors, plus two or three rows of unrefrigerated beer. The place doubles as a pizzeria, so there's always that pleasant smell when you come into the building too. A couple flat-screen televisions and a good selection of munchies as well (plus a WILDLY popular liquor selection). Overall, a great beer store.

Service: Never had a problem there, by any means. The cashiers are friendly and very knowledgeable. They work in collaboration with a local brewery, so they're almost always promoting a beer tasting event too. Very personable staff, definitely a passing grade here.

Selection: Pretty wide range of beers available here. An emphasis on the Rogue Brewery as well as Michigan beers, but you can find lots of other countries represented here as well.

Value: They do a mix-and-match on singles; buy six micros and put them in an official "McNeil Street Market" six-pack, take 10% off. If you reuse the same six-pack on subsequent visits, it's 15% off. I would call it reasonable bordering on inexpensive.

A great place to buy beer...I drive thirty miles to get to this place once a week, so it must be worth it!

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5/5  rDev 0%

McNeil Street Market in Corunna, MI
4.6 out of 5 based on 2 ratings.
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