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G's Liquors Packing Up for Move

Owner Greg Payer expects the new location to be ready by February. His isn't the only business on the move next month.

With landscaping, renovations and some temporary signage, G’s Liquor Gallery is gearing up for its relocation. But not to fear—the new location is only a mile down the road.

Owner Greg Payer expects the move from Sherwood Plaza to the new plaza to happen sometime in February, but will not have an exact date until construction is complete.

After the 997 Kings Highway plaza was on and off the market for five years, Payer snapped it up. He'll use the vacant space—former Terry’s Tropical Tans—to house his business. With a bigger space, Payer plans to beef up his store with an expanded craft beer section and craft beer kegs.

While the move will bring about a different look to G’s Liquors Gallery, Payer says customers can expect the same from this local business. Although Payer’s business is family-owned, he works to provide the same low prices as large liquor store chains and is always willing to match the prices of his competitors.

Though the new store will open in February, Payer plans to hold the grand opening sometime in April. The grand opening will feature not only his store, but also Downtown Deli—which will move into the current King of Steaks spot around that time. King of Steaks is expected to relocate to Broad Street in Woodbury sometime in February, as well.

For the grand opening, Payer plans to have an afternoon parking lot cookout, so customers can sample some food from the new deli and get familiar with the new G’s Liquor Gallery.

Owned by Payer’s business partners—Dominick Esposito and Adrianne Mason—Downtown Deli will offer specialty sandwiches, a salad bar and build-your-own hoagies. In addition, the deli will also offer take out and catering.

Payer also plans to offer joint promotions between the two businesses and store mailings feature various specials.

While renovations are still ongoing, Payer expects the new G’s Liquor Gallery to be painted shortly. In addition clearing the landscape, fencing should be up by this Monday to serve as a divide between the plaza and Village Grande—a 55 and older community.

Just doing what's right January 11, 2013 at 12:23 PM
Wow. Good luck with the new move and location. I think this is a win win for you and the new Deli owners. Looking forward to continued business with you for years to come. Thank you for expanding the craft beer selections.
Kristi Simpkins January 12, 2013 at 11:47 PM
That's great! The liquor store has always done well. So has The King Of Steaks. Now the partners of the liquor store are offering a deli. That's awesome! Of course that will do very well too I'm sure. It seems like it's going to be a win win for every business. Good luck to them all!

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