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Allester A.,theDir
  • by Allester A.
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  • 17th February, 2020

Will you recommend this Liquor Store in Toronto ?

A small LCBO just outside Union Station under the Royal Bank Plaza. The location convenient because you can stop by to grab a drink before heading home after a stressful day from work. They don't have as much selection as other locations but I am giving 5 stars for the convenience factor. One thing I also like is the fact that they usually stock flavoured Sojus, which is something I personally buy often. They also carry a lot of the beers that I enjoy. If only they start stocking other craft beers that I buy, I would give it 6 stars. One last thing I will mention is that the line can get long (even if they have 3 cash registers) during rush hours. So come before or after to avoid all the people.

Carlos W.,theDir
  • by Carlos W.
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  • 15th August, 2020

What do you think about Liquor Store services provided in Toronto ?

Small selection but it does work. Nice people

EL S.,theDir
  • by EL S.
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  • 20th June, 2020

Did you like your visit with this Liquor Store in Toronto ?

Well stocked. Lots of amazing liquor. No lineups. ABSOLUTELY NO LINEUPS ESPECIALLY ON SATURDAYS!!!

Jag B.,theDir
  • by Jag B.
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  • 6th November, 2019

How did this Liquor Store served you in Toronto ?

As far as financial district LCBOs go, this is a good one. Open on the weekends. Decent selection of wines & Scotch. They are usually pretty good at opening extra cashier's when the lineups get long. It's not a full LCBO. Not great for beer. But bonus points for the hours and being open on weekends even though it's in the PATH

Michael B.,theDir
  • by Michael B.
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  • 4th September, 2020

What could you say about Liquor Store services provided in Toronto ?

Open to eight a fairly good selection

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