Shunk Gulley Liquor and Wine store is now open in the heart of Gulf Place in Santa Rosa Beach. Featuring familiar brands such as Jack Daniel’s, Blue Chair Bay Rum and Abita Beer, this new go-to package store will also carry a diverse wine selection and all of the extras you need for your next party or trip to the beach.
The liquor store is located just 600 feet from the Ed Walline Beach Access on County Highway 393 and Scenic Highway 30A. With the addition of an ice machine, the convenience of beachgoers having a place they can walk up to and pack their coolers with their beverage purchases is a major appeal of Shunk Gulley Liquor and Wine.
“We want to be able to offer a carefully selected variety of popular items,” says Shunk Gully Manager Kerri St. Peter. “When customers come in, we want to make sure they know we’re here to help them find what they need. Our staff has extensive knowledge of everything we carry and can help you select the perfect items customized to your needs.”
Shunk Gulley Liquor and Wine is open daily from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Learn more at ShunkGulleyLiquor.com.
In addition to Shunk Gulley Liquor and Wine, the same ownership has announced Shunk Gulley Oyster Bar—a new restaurant featuring classic coastal cuisine, stunning views and authentic Southern hospitality—will open in October at the corner of County Road 393 and Scenic Highway 30A, just across the street from Gulf Place. The new restaurant promises to create an atmosphere unlike anywhere else in South Walton.
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