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Aug 13, 2015

Where To Get Your Booze In Astoria

There’s no shortage of excellent bars in Astoria to grab a drink, but every now and then, there’s nothing like a relaxing night in. You can’t beat ordering some takeout, enjoying a (…)

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There’s no shortage of excellent bars in Astoria to grab a drink, but every now and then, there’s nothing like a relaxing night in. You can’t beat ordering some takeout, enjoying a glass of wine, and perusing the latest offerings on Netflix. Or, maybe you’re attending a party at a friend’s apartment and would like to bring over a unique six-pack of beer or bottle of champagne.

Whatever your booze needs may be, here are ten places to pick up the good stuff. We focused on including at least one spot for each major subway station, but if you have a favorite we missed, please share and we’ll update the list!

Wine Stop NYC

Location: 30-08 Broadway

Phone: (718) 274-4545

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Photo Courtesy of Luis R. Via Yelp

 

Grand Wine & Liquor

Location: 30-05 31st St

Phone Number: (718) 728-2520

Photo Courtesy of Tanner H. Via Yelp

Photo Courtesy of Tanner H. Via Yelp

 

Astoria Park Wine & Spirits

Location: 28-07 24th Ave

Phone Number: (718) 606-1142

Photo Courtesy of Astoria Park Wine and Spirits Yelp Page

Photo Courtesy of Astoria Park Wine and Spirits Yelp Page

 

36th Ave Wine & Spirits

Location: 30-14 36th Ave

Phone Number: (718) 361-6080

Photo Courtesy of Leighann F. Via Yelp

Photo Courtesy of Leighann F. Via Yelp

Absolute Wine & Spirits

Location: 34-13 30th Ave

Phone Number: (718) 726-1826

Photo Courtesy of Absolute Wine & Spirits Yelp page

Photo Courtesy of Absolute Wine & Spirits Yelp page

Astoria Bier and Cheese

Locations: 34-14 Broadway  & 35-11 Ditmars Boulevard

Phone Number: (718) 545-5588 (Broadway location) (718) 255-6982 (Ditmars location)

Photo Courtesy of J.T. Via Yelp

Photo Courtesy of J.T. Via Yelp

 

Jolson’s Fine Wine

Location: 22-24 31st Street

Phone Number: (718) 728-2020

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Photo Courtesy of Liz F. Via Yelp

Off The Vine

Location: 44-21 30th Ave

Phone Number: (718) 728-4142

Photo Courtesy of Jess L Via Yelp

Photo Courtesy of Jess L Via Yelp

 

Muho Liquors

Location: 28-11 Steinway Street

Phone Number: (718) 777-2122

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Photo Courtesy of Brad M. Via Yelp

 

Domenick’s Wine and Spirits

Location: 30-12 Astoria Boulevard, Ste A

Phone Number: (718) 728-4667

Photo Courtesy of Zilla K Via Yelp

Photo Courtesy of Zilla K Via Yelp

 

Adega Wine & Spirits

Location: 31-25 Ditmars Blvd

Phone Number: (718) 545-2525

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Photo Courtesy of Simone L. Via Yelp

Tri-Boro Beverage & Distribution Company

Location: 41 -08 Astoria Blvd

Phone Number: (718) 278-0620

Photo Courtesy of Tri-Boro Beverage's Facebook Page

Photo Courtesy of Tri-Boro Beverage’s Facebook Page

Happy Liquor Store

Location: 34-16 31st Ave

Phone Number: (718) 777-9300

Photo Courtesy of Wilson Z. Via Yelp

Photo Courtesy of Wilson Z. Via Yelp

 

About Lindsay Goyette

Lindsay has been eating and drinking her way through Queens since 2011. A casting director by day and Astoria explorer by night, you can usually find her checking out live music, theatre, or the newest neighborhood spot to enjoy a craft beer.

4 Comments

Wine Skin

Adega Wine and Spirits
31-25 Ditmars Blvd (near MP Taverna)

Great selection and great neighbors!

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Brian

I have to add Crescent Wine and Spirits (30th Ave and Crescent) to this list as it’s an absolute gem of a wine shop. The owner, Freddie, personally curates this remarkable store and his knowledge and friendliness really makes it worth returning to time and time again. He’s tasted every wine that he stocks and he emphasizes small, family vineyards as well as organic and sustainable producers. What’s more, his prices are refreshingly fair. You will find inexpensive wines here that are better than wines two and three times as expensive at other neighborhood shops. If you’re of the mind to pay a little more one night, you will be absolutely blown away with your purchase. Even if it’s out of your way, I highly recommend paying Freddie a visit. It really is a great place with a fantastically curated selection. Think of it as the Astoria Bookshop of wine stores.

(I have no affiliation with this place other than being a big fan).

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