Liquor, Wine and Spirits OH MY!


Calling all oenophiles! Run, don’t walk, to The Liquor Store (TLS) for the annual $2 wine sale.

The TLS sale, which takes place each December, is a phenomenally affordable way to fill up your wine racks, stock up on gifts for holiday party hosts, and, of course, increase your list of go-to labels.

The sale is simple. Buy one bottle out of hundreds on the list and get the second bottle of the same wine for $2. You’ll save up to 50 percent on many of the wines being offered. Today is the LAST DAY, so if you haven’t already been in do not procrastinate any longer. They close at 11 p.m., and when they run out that’s it for this steal until next year.

If 50 percent off an excellent wine selection isn’t enough to get you there today, then you should also know that Wyoming Whiskey is back in stock at TLS starting at 4 p.m. Steve Nally, Wyoming Whiskey master distiller, and some other members of the Wyoming Whiskey team will be in house and signing bottles from 4 to 7 p.m.

If wine isn’t your forte, but stocking up your liquor cabinet in time for the holidays is, then head over to Smith’s Liquor store. Smith’s is offering 20 percent off six or more bottles of wine, spirits and liquor for the foreseeable future with no expiration date planned. So start mixing and matching, because this sale is perfect for everyone no matter what their poison.

Here’s a fun idea for how to use your new purchases: From 5:30 to 7 p.m. Wednesday at The Silver Dollar Bar, there is the Holiday Mixology for the Home Bartender class. It costs $20, and the focus will be on teaching recipes and sampling festive drinks to make at whatever holiday party you might be hosting this season. Reservations are required, please call (307) 732-3960.

Just a friendly reminder to all of Dishing’s friends, near and far, with the abundance of discounted alcohol, happy hour specials and holiday festivities this coming month, please be safe and don’t drink and drive.


About Author

Jamie is now in her sixth year of what was intended to be a one-year experiment in dramatic lifestyle change from her fast-paced urban New York City to the more laid back rustic Jackson Hole. No question, hiking in the Tetons and tubing the Snake River beats riding the sweltering NYC subway hands down. Plus, her off-season schedule gives her the freedom to indulge her passion for adventure travel and photography…and seeking out exotic, spicy cuisine around the globe. Jamie’s involvement in the food industry began in her high school days when she worked at a popular local bagel shop and it continues with her recent server’s position at the Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse. When she’s not working, you’ll find her at one of the many great Jackson Hole restaurants seeking out spicy cuisine and planning her next trip abroad.

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