Central Park Liquor

(763) 780-8246 8101 NE Highway 65
Spring Lake Park, MN 55432
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An ancient philosopher by the name of Homercles once referred to drinkable spirits as ‘the cause of and answer to all the world's problems.' Which we interpret to mean, ‘drink responsibly or not at all, pal.' Very wise words indeed, but I'm sure you didn't come here for a lesson in philosophy, right? We are Central Park Liquor and we want to be your liquor store of choice for that special occasion or quiet dinner with that particular someone. In fact, we can honestly say we're the BEST liquor store in Spring Lake Park! Ok, so we're the only liquor store in SLP, but that doesn't mean we don't go out of our way to give you the best service in the world. Our courteous staff is always happy to help you find that tasty libation you're looking for and with all this wine; you may darn well need the help. Did I say wine? You bet I did, and we've recently installed a ‘Wine & Food' kiosk to help you pick out the right wine for the right meal. No more of those embarrassing moments serving Ripple with fish Read more »

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