Can anyone tell me where the liquor stores are that are on or close to the strip? I am looking for a liquor store that sells spirits as well as a variety of beer. There are many I am sure, but not so much on the strip, but just off. It is in a small business area with parking. I don't know about having any kind of variety, but there's a liquor store at the corner of the Strip and Convention Center Blvd, which puts it pretty much at the north end.
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They are everywhere, we shopped at the one at the Flamingo , but i assume almost all gift shops in hotels sell liquor i know they sell beer. You can buy beer at any store. All the CVS and Walgreens sell alcohol at relatively reasonable prices. ABC stores as well. There is no shortage of places to get booze.
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