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We’ve all been there. The decorations are set, the food is ordered, the guests are beginning to arrive, but you’ve forgotten the most critical ingredient for your party: alcohol. You bust out your phone and frantically begin searching for the nearest liquor store. The search results say there’s one down the road, but you know for a fact it closed four months ago. There’s another one relatively nearby, but the GPS says it will take nearly 30 minutes to get there. Isn’t there one closer?

There are more than 40,000 liquor, beer, wine, and spirits stores in the U.S. comprising an industry generating over $48 billion annually. Even states with strict liquor laws like Utah or frontiers with relatively small populations like Alaska and Montana contain hundreds of liquor retail stores. California alone boasts over 13,500 specifically designated liquor, beer, and wine stores, and the number continues to grow. With regular store closings and openings, it can be hard to find the liquor locations nearest you. We show you exactly how many liquor stores there are in your area and how late they’re open, so you don’t have to go through the hassle of thumbing through the phone book or following dead leads online.

Welcome to LiquorNearYou.com. Thanks for choosing us as your source for information regarding liquor stores in your area. We understand the average person runs into tight pinches or needs to plan ahead in order to make memories special or simply keep the party going. Search our database for the nearest liquor stores so you can get back to what’s important.