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Hidden Track Bottle Shop, which gets its name from those unlisted tracks on an album liner, has been operating in Phoenix for over five years. The bottle shop curates an inventory of unique wine and beer and actively seeks to grant you some of that backstage access to the bottles harder to come by at your typical chain retail or grocery store.
“At Hidden Track Bottle Shop, we offer a convenient way to purchase great wine and craft beer. We call on our years of experience and knowledge to find unique bottles from across the globe,” say owners of the shop, Danielle Middlebrook and Craig Dziadowicz. Even if the shop doesn’t currently sell what you’re looking for, the owners will help you track the bottle down.
In addition to the bottle shop, Hidden Track Café offers a coffee and food version of the store, equally interested in the products you’re less likely to stumble upon at the average retailer. You can even BYOB to the café, which among other things, specializes in artisan cheeses.
And now it appears Hidden Track Bottle Shop hospitality will expand beyond its current location at 111 W Monroe. The store recently filed an application for a liquor license for 4700 N 12 St, Suite 118 in Phoenix. The application is pending.
The owners were unavailable for comment at the time of publication, so you’ll want to follow Hidden Track’s social media for updates on the second store location.