We’re kicking things off at the new Binny’s Evergreen Park, and some of our Chicago sports pals are stopping by to help us out. First:
Monday, December 2nd
Meet Chicago Blackhawks player Ben Smith courtesy of Bud Light and The Score. Ben will answer questions, sign photographs and pose for pictures. And he’s bringing some Bud Light Ice Crew ladies, too.
There’s more. You’re going to want to click the “continue reading” link on this one.
The wait is over. Now… finally… you can come inside the brand new Binny’s Beverage Depot in Evergreen Park and buy stuff. Find us at 3447 W 95th St in Evergreen Park.
So far, a lot of people have remarked that it seems strange that just a few months ago, the building was a bowling alley. About that – we love the building and didn’t want to completely forget its heritage, so we built a shrine to Bleekers, complete with 20 original bowling pins, 28 bowling balls and bowling shoes in every size from baby to Bozo.
This is important: We are so proud to introduce Binny’s to this neighborhood. As a family-owned, Chicago-based company, we are passionate about community and heritage, and that’s why we’re so excited to be in Evergreen Park. Give us a visit. Check out our store, our selection, our prices, our mountains of beverages, and most importantly, our people.
The opening of Binny’s Evergreen Park, located at 3447 W. 95th Street is almost here. Wine racks are full, the beer cooler is well stocked and the staff looks like a bunch of rockstars! What else would you expect from Binny’s Beverage Depot? Here are some snaps from today. See you on Wednesday at 9am. Trust us, it’ll be worth your time!
With less than a week until doors open, the upcoming Binny’s in Evergreen Park is a flurry of activity. Yet more wine, spirits and beer arrive every day, and we have to sort it all, build displays and stock it to shelves. Nobody even has enough time to pose for proper photographs for our website. But somehow they have enough time to make comments like, “Hey jerk! Put down that camera and get to work.”
We’ll see you next week at Binny’s in Evergreen Park when we finally open the doors to the public. And maybe a week or two after that, store manager Jeff Bogdan can finally get some rest. (Pic of a tired Jeff Bogdan after the jump.)
Yet more progress at the upcoming Binny’s Evergreen Park! We’re hard at work filling the South Side’s biggest wine and spirits superstore, coming soon to 3447 W. 95th St. Beer has arrived. Check out this pic of our fully stocked, 28-door beer cooler. Cigars rolled in too, and we’re sorting through one of the largest collections of cigars we’ve ever seen. Next up, large displays and yet more wine will roll in. We’ll keep you posted. See you on the 20th!
Here’s a quick, out-of-focus update (I didn’t bring the good camera this time) on the new Binny’s in Evergreen Park. What a difference a day makes! Trucks arrived first thing in the morning yesterday, dropping off the first shipments of wines and sprits from all over the world. We still have a long way to go – and many, many more trucks full of merchandise to unload, sort through and stock on shelves before we open the doors for business on November 20th. And we do have some surprises coming, too. So keep your eyes on this space, and we’ll see you on the 20th!
That’s right – we’re counting down the days until we open the doors at the newest Binny’s Beverage Depot in Evergreen Park. That means that at 9 am on November 20, 2013, you can come inside the South Side’s largest wine, spirits and craft beer superstore. It’s at 3447 W 95th St, the former home of Bleeker’s. And it is an amazing building.
We still have a long way to go until the store is ready. After the jump, the last you’ll ever see of Binny’s in Evergreen Park without the beverages.
Progress! Construction is happening right now on the upcoming Binny’s Beverage Depot location in Evergreen Park. You already know the stats – it’s shaping up to be 24,000 square feet of beverage superstore, including a 28 door beer cooler, temperature-controlled rare and fine wine cellar, walk-in humidor and more wine, spirits and beer than the human mind can actually conceive. It isn’t much right now, just a construction zone, but watch for the store to open in late November, and watch this space for more soon.
It’s all going in the former location of Bleeker’s Bowling Lanes. We think it’s cool to preserve the neighborhood landmark. Just wait until you see the space… check out the pics after the jump.
By the way, we’re getting a lot of questions about jobs at the new location. If you’re in the market, be sure to check out our careers page, where you’ll find instructions and a link where you can apply for jobs.
In the past three months we’ve shared our Lincoln Park Expansion, Glencoe Expansion, and now we’re pleased to announce the opening of a brand new location in…drum roll, please… Evergreen Park!
The new location is estimated to be 24,000 square feet and will include a 28 door beer cooler, a temperature controlled wine cellar for fine and rare wines, a walk-in humidor and the widest and best selection of 8,500+ wine, spirits and beer products. Director of Operations for Binny’s, Rick Parenti shared, “The store, like all Binny’s locations, will feature the best, most knowledgeable staff, ready to provide our customers with the highest level of service!”
Binny’s will replace Bleeker’s Bowling Lanes, a long standing establishment since the 1950’s.
“We’re revitalizing a beloved neighborhood landmark and introducing Binny’s to a prominent community,” says Michael Binstein, Binny’s owner and CEO. The new location will bring the company’s retail locations to a grand total of 30. That’s right Evergreen Park, get ready to do some major holiday shopping with us!
We’re curious, where would you want to see a Binny’s pop up next?