A Missouri Grocery Replaced Their Salad Bar With a Mini Liquor Bottle Bar

Making the best of the situation...
By , FM 101.9

First, Portland and Wyoming got creative with their strip club innovations. Now, in terms of alcohol-delivery, Missouri has joined the party, making the best of the non-ideal situation.

Specifically, one grocery store called Dierbergs in the St. Louis suburb of Manchester saw their self-serve salad bar as a problem during the pandemic and decided to update it to reflect the needs of the people: they made it a mini-liquor bottle bar instead.

The little liquor bottles are not alone. They're joined by other essentials like beer, mini cereal boxes, and candy. So basically, everything you need. The store reports that sales aren't living up to what the salad bar was able to bring in, but it's worth it for the fun.

Here's some info about what kind of bar is at each store:

Tiki Bar – Arnold store
Salad Bars – Manchester store & Warson Woods Store
Candy Bar – Fenton store
Breakfast Bar – Clarkson store
Energy Bar – St. Peters & Chesterfield stores

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