Legacy Liquor Store, which opens next month at False Creek’s Millennium Village, is now a proud member supporter of Scout. We will be publishing their news and press releases on our front page and hosting a page for them in our list of recommended local resources to check out. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank them for their support of our little website. Click ahead to read on or jump directly to their Scout page… Read more
1633 Manitoba Street, Vancouver, BC V5Y 0B8
Dylan Palmer | General Manager
Ryan Hooper | Assistant Manager
Darryl Lamb | Product Specialist
Jordan Cran | Spirits Supervisor
Lesley Saito | Wine Supervisor
Chris Bonnallie | Beer Supervisor
Jordan Cran | Store Supervisor
Aaron Morten | Office Liaison
Darryl Lamb | Brand Manager
Autumn 2010 issue of MONTECRISTO magazine (PDF).
About Legacy Liquor Store
Shopping for spirits and wine has changed since the arrival of Legacy Liquor Store. An elegant and modern 8,600 square foot space that includes a temperature controlled wine cellar; Legacy is the largest privately?owned liquor store in the province.
Home to thousands of products, Legacy features the largest craft beer, sake, spirit and premium scotch & whiskey selection in Vancouver. We offer thousands of unique and specialty items not available in most government liquor stores.
Knowledgeable product advisors will assist you with any inquiries, while in-store tastings, harvest table events and master classes further develop your understanding of wines, beers and spirits. Check our events schedule online or sign up for our weekly newsletter.
Throwing a party? Legacy is the ideal venue for groups to host casual social gatherings while learning about your beverage of choice. To top it off, we’ll even help you put together personalized gift baskets for your friends and corporate clients.
Feeling sluggish, or just want a tasty beverage without the work? Peruse our online store at www.legacyliquorstore.com, make your choice, hit purchase, and we’ll take care of the rest. Delivery is available across British Columbia.