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Richfield Liquor’s Penn Avenue location to host grand reopening July 20

This spring, Richfield Liquor’s Penn Avenue location was closed for more than a month to undergo an extensive renovation in an effort to improve the overall shopping experience for patrons. To show off the new store and to welcome back customers it will be hosting a grand reopening celebration on July 20 from 3-6 p.m.

The grand reopening will feature a live Latin jazz band, prizes, a ribbon cutting with Mayor Pat Elliott, free tastings and tours of the store.  

A full list tasting can be found here.

Shopping at Richfield Liquor means supporting the city’s parks

Richfield owns and operates four municipal liquor stores. Every year, profits from Richfield Liquor are reinvested into the city’s parks. Annually, it accounts for approximately $450,000 in park improvements.

Our parks would not be in such good condition without this additional funding.

A good year for Richfield Liquor means a good year for Richfield parks.

Park improvements and additions that have benefited from liquor store funding can be seen all over the city, but the most recent can be seen at Washington Park, the outdoor pool and Veterans Memorial Park.

In June 2017, the city constructed eight new pickleball courts at Washington Park. Most pickleball players have to use tennis courts that also function as pickleball courts, which make the courts less manageable for senior and younger players. The new courts are pickleball-specific and were partially funded through liquor store profits.

The community has always loved the outdoor pool, but a couple years ago the facility was starting to look its age. It lacked many of the features of other metro area pools and the bathhouse had seen better days. Thanks in part to liquor store funds, the bathhouse was renovated and a zero-depth pool was added.

Lastly, the new play feature at Veterans Memorial Park was made possible through liquor store profits. If you drive by the park in the summer it is rare to not see a flock of children enjoying the play feature.

Again, shopping at Richfield Liquor means supporting the city’s parks. Your purchasing decision ensures that Richfield's parks keep looking nice.

Richfield Liquor locations 

Cedar Avenue Store (6600 Cedar Avenue South)

Lyndale Avenue Store (6444 Lyndale Avenue South)

Penn Avenue Store (6444 Penn Avenue South)

Shops at Lyndale Wine and Spirits Store (7700 Lyndale Avenue South)