The Acme stores in Greenwich at 160 West Putnam Avenue and 1261 E Putnam Ave in Riverside Commons will soon stop selling beer. Signs on the doors to say that effective Saturday, Jan 23 they will no longer sell beer in their Connecticut store locations. The last day to purchase beer will be Friday Jan 22. In the stores, beer is on clearance. Beyond that the stores have marked down the majority of items.
It was back in 2015 that Acme arrived in Greenwich after A&P filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in three years and ceased operations after 156 years. Continue Reading →
“Store of the Day: Glenville Wine & Spirits, Glenville Glenville Wine and Spirits, on Glenville Street in Glenville (not to be confused with Val’s Glenville outpost, in the Stop-n-Shop center a few feet further along) is the Petticoat Junction of fine wine in Greenwich.” – Francois Steichen Continue Reading →
All Kings locations are open 7 am- 6 pm on Christmas Eve.
Additionally, to complete your holiday table Kings offers fully catered meals in their Catering department, covering all of your bases, including root vegetables as well as holiday staples such as Mini Crab Cakes, Kings Apple Pie, Kings Classic Carrot Soufflé and even custom floral arrangements for all your holiday tablescaping needs. Continue Reading →
Kings Market in Old Greenwich will be open 7:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m on Thanksgiving day. Continue Reading →
The State has controlled the issue of liquor licenses since the repeal of Prohibition of 1933. Greenwich is allowed 24 liquor stores. With Kings getting the ok from P&Z to put a liquor store in the Old Greenwich supermarket, the total rises to 23, leaving just one remaining. Continue Reading →