Thomas' Beertown - More Supermaket Beers Hit Dallas

For anyone following the saga, the old Bilo Supermarket in the Country Club Shopping Center in Dallas closed and rumor had it re-opening as everything from a Garrity's to a Wegman's. Recently the truth came out and the owners of Thomas' Family Market in Shavertown re-opened it as Thomas's Super Foodtown Market. Now I know what your saying, "booooooooring...." well apparently not. Over the weekend a new sign popped up on the building simply saying "Thomas' Beertown....Domestics, Imports & Specialties." It looks like with Mr. Z's down the road selling beer we'll have two supermarket beers stores within a mile or so of each other. Rt 309 will now be the Beer-Supermarket Highway.

Update now with Photo!

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6 comments (click to read or post):

  1. Now we need to get Mr. Z's carrying in Mountaintop!

  2. I'm sure if we continue to crank up the beer sales in Dallas, it's only a matter of time before it spreads to Mountaintop. I'm doing my part....

  3. That's great. That's only 3 minutes from my home!

    BTW, Darel, there's a reason its in the Back Mountain!

  4. Good news & bad news....I drive by it twice a day...I'll report more after they open and we get some details on what they'll stock.

  5. So does this place actually have a cafe? Or have supermarkets found a way to get around the PA beer laws?

  6. I'm sure it will (given the LCB laws) but they're still not open for business yet (food or beer). The Mr Z's has a small cafe where the beer is, and I'm sure you have to buy the beer there and not at the standard check-outs.


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