The mecca for wine, beer, and liquor has opened in Toronto’s waterfront district. The LCBO has unveiled its 24,000 sq ft flagship store near Queens Quay, featuring over 4,000 products, unique in-store features, and even an art installation.

Featuring the largest selection of Vintages wines at any LCBO store in the province, you’ll be able to find 1,500 varieties at the new flagship as well as 230 VQA Ontario wines.

Beer enthusiasts will appreciate the craft distiller section with 30 products available and 139 Ontario-based craft brewers. Plus, the 1,400 sq ft cold room has a wide range of imported and domestic beer and other products.

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Photo via LCBO

And if you love to support local, a pop-up between February and April will feature a selection of Toronto-based alcohol producers.

The location is also outfitted with 44 free parking spaces and a same-day pickup counter that packs your order in 3 hours or less to make your LCBO runs quicker and more convenient.

Photo via LCBO

You’ll also notice the “Muskoka Chair” art installation, which was created by a Hamilton-based artist named Trevor McIntyre to illustrate the dangers of drinking and driving.

You can pop by the new location now just across from Sugar Beach.

LCBO Flagship

Where: 15 Cooper St