Where To Buy Wine, Liquor & Beer In Bucharest

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Anyone that wants to learn about where to buy wine, liquor, and beer in Bucharest has definitely come to the right place. Our alcohol guide will try to cover the topic in as detailed of a way as we possibly can so that you can make the right decision on how to proceed.

A list of the best local liquor stores and wine shops in town will get us going. Anyone that is ready to go pick up a bottle of vodka, tequila, wine, or a case of beer will get their info quick and be ready to head out the door.

Up next we will dive into the best breweries and beer bars near you, and a list of Bucharest wine bars will follow that up. Wineries and vineyards in your area will get a shout out, and we will wrap this up by mentioning some of the best local happy hours where you can buy cheap alcoholic drinks after your work day ends.

Towards the end you will find a liquor map for the area with all of the various venues we are mentioning pinned on it. And everyone is welcome to read some of our other blogs about where to find the best alcohol in Europe.

Best Liquor Stores & Wine Shops In Bucharest

Whether you want to buy a case of beer, some vodka, tequila, wine, or just about any other alcoholic drink you should be able to get them at any of these best liquor stores and wine shops in Bucharest:

Fine Store is open weekdays from 10am to 9pm and until 3pm on Saturday selling whiskey, cognac, vodka, gin, champagne, sparkling wine, tequila, rum, and brandy. You can buy whiskeys and many more alcoholic beverages at Whiskey and More every weekday from 10am to 8pm.

Since 1998 Alfa Drinks has been selling liquor in your area on weekdays from 9:30am to 7:30pm and until 5pm on Saturday. Infinity Drinks is a good option for quality beverages too from 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday.

Fox offers single malts, cognacs, and natural wines from local producers as well as tastings from 12pm to 8pm Monday through Saturday. Some of the best collections of old and rare wines near you from countries like Romania and France can be found at Vinexpert Gallery every weekday from 9am to 5pm.

Wine Territory excels at providing some of the best hand picked products with different flavors and varieties. You can also have your wines delivered by Vin Magazine weekdays from 10am to 8pm and 12pm to 3pm on Saturday.

Breweries & Beer Bars In Your Area

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When you want to go sample some new suds or just watch the game with some pals these local breweries and beer bars are a great option:

Zăganu Craft Beer Bar and Bistro is a microbrewery in Bucharest producing unpasteurized, bottled, and semi automatic labeled artisanal craft beers that are made from water, malt, hops, and yeast. You can choose from a wide range of Romanian craft beers at Beer O’clock.

Fabrica Grivița is a brewery and beer bar near you that is open from 5pm to 11pm Monday through Saturday. Hop Hooligans Taproom is also a solid option for quality craft beers weekdays from 5pm to 10pm and from 3pm on weekends.

Wine Bars In Bucharest

Wine bars in your area are a great place for a date, a business meeting, or to hang out with a big group of friends:

Fine selections of rich Romanian and international wines are available at Industry Wine Bar every day from 4pm to 12am except for Monday when they are closed. Corks has a wide variety of wines including precious vintage, award winning, star, new and old world, sophisticated, and much more as well as cocktails, fine spirits, and beers from 3pm to 2am Monday through Thursday, until 3am Friday and Saturday, and until 12am Sunday.

Lovin’ Winebar Bistro is open Tuesday through Saturday from 2pm to 10pm. Romanian vintage wines, charcuterie boards, and platters are served from 10am to 10pm Monday through Saturday and from 11am on Sunday at The Wine Bistro.

Grapes Wine Bar offers really good wines too from 10am to 10pm Monday through Saturday.

Wineries & Vineyards Near You

Macedonia21 at Strada Macedonia 21 provides a variety of new and old regional wines and even hosts themed tastings.

Best Local Happy Hours

These happy hours in Bucharest can be a great option to buy cheaper alcoholic drinks after work when you need to unwind:

Hard Rock Café offers homemade cocktails, appetizer platters, angus beef burgers, smoked pork ribs, salads, delectable homemade desserts, and vegetarian dishes as well as local happy hours from 3pm to 6pm and even hosts special occasions, corporate events, and birthday celebrations. Pizza, ribs, sausages, salads, and sweets as well as beers, wines, whiskeys, juices, and coffee are served at Pub 18 where some of the best happy hours in your area are also offered from 12pm to 6pm.

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Enjoy Drinking Wine, Liquor & Beer In Bucharest

For the time being that is all we have to share but check back in because we will do our best to keep this page updated. After reading about all of those local liquor stores, wine shops, breweries, beer bars, wine bars, wineries, vineyards, and happy hours near you we think you are ready to accomplish your goal.

Do us a favor and mention if we got anything incorrect or if any of the above places have closed down in the comments so we can keep the lists up to date. Now have fun drinking wine, liquor, or beer in Bucharest.

2 thoughts on “Where To Buy Wine, Liquor & Beer In Bucharest”

  1. Hi, I just discovered your site — what a great resource!!! We are going to be arriving in Bucharest in the late afternoon/early evening (July), and I want to get some bottles of Romanian wine to take on the ship with us to enjoy as we travel to Budapest. Since there won’t really be time to sample wines before we go to the store, are there any particular dry red wines that you recommend? At home, we enjoy Pinot Noir and Merlot. We will be back in Budapest in late October for a few days and look forward then to trying some of the wine bars and beer bars.

    We travel a lot internationally, and are looking forward to using your site often and sharing it with our fellow travelers.

    • I think you will be better off going to one of those local wine shops we mentioned and asking for their advice as they are the true experts on the region. They may even let you sample a few before you decide which to take.


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