According to the Columbus Dispatch, Ohio Liquor Control will be opening up a discount liquor store at 777 Neil Ave, near Goodale Park.
“Last call” might be a nightly event at local watering holes, but the state wants to test it as a liquor store concept.
Ohio’s Division of Liquor Control plans to open a new type of liquor agency for two weekends this month. Dubbed Last Call, it will feature items that normally get pushed onto clearance racks or collect dust in the state’s warehouses.
This comes as great news for any college student, especially in peak midterm season. Cheap alcohol that isn’t necessarily bad is awesome for Halloween parties, midterm moping or just getting drunk while watching Netflix alone on a Tuesday night.
The store is open Oct. 18-21 and Oct. 25-28 this month, so mark your calendars to stock up on cheap drinks.