I recently moved into the neighborhood, so I've been hitting all the Liquor/Wine shops I came across trying to find one that "did" it for me. When I went into Caesar's for the first time I have to say I was mighty impressed. All the other stores I tried were on the small side, this place is huge, at least for a wine/liquor store in Brooklyn (out in the suburbs I've seen comparable & even bigger). The selection is is really quite impressive. I'm big into wine, and there is quite a bit to choose from here. I like some obscure stuff, and I found myself very happy in the aisles as I walked around. For example--they carry three different brands of Fiano di Avellino (you're lucky if you can find one at most shops!). Needless to say that every time I go in there I can walk out with something new and interesting (they've been turning me on to some fun South African wines lately). The place is actually pretty packed, there are floor stackings everywhere (it gets tight in places). The service I've received has been extremely impressive--there are a couple of 'wine guys' there who really know the wines, and the recommendations they've made have been spot on and have helped broaden my understanding of what I like. They are knowledgeable and helpful and make me feel totally comfortable. I took a friend of mine along one night, and while I was in the wine section, he went over to the Scotch section. He said he was very impressed with the huge single malt selection, and I don't think I've ever seen so many different vodkas in one place in my life. Let's just say that the 'booze' side of the store features some huge selection. Oh and their prices are very reasonable as well, some of the cheapest I've seen around actually.
Having hit all the stores in the neighborhood I can say that this is by far the best wine/liquor store around!