Posted May 9, 2017 at 5:19 am
In one swift move, Delancey Wine is no longer a stuffy cubbyhole store. The nine-year-old mom-and-pop, located on the outskirts of Seward Park, will open its much larger headquarters next Sunday (May 13). As previously reported, ownership signed a lease down the block at 35 Essex Street. Cause for the change in scenery was a purported […]
Posted April 14, 2017 at 5:00 am
Delancey Wine, the nine-year-old liquor store abutting Seward Park, is upgrading. The business will soon move three doors down, leaving behind a cramped retail nook. Location of choice is one-half of the former Grand Tile Corp. warehouse, which was subdivided after the business relocated to Brooklyn at the end of last year. The State Liquor […]
Posted January 21, 2015 at 5:17 am
East Village Wine & Liquors closed its Stanton Street headquarters over the holidays after roughly a ten-year tenancy. Signage is deposed from the storefront and the security gates are shuttered. Worry not, though. The long-running Lower East Side liquor store – a misnomer of a business – is moving around the corner to 80-82 Clinton […]
Posted April 10, 2013 at 6:30 am
Red Square now boasts its own liquor store. East Houston Wine & Liquor, which first announced its identity in February, opened in the strip mall at 250 East Houston a couple days ago.