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From the May 2015 edition of the Glover Park Gazette:

The parking lot and building for Pearson’s Wine & Spirits (2430 and 2436 Wisconsin Ave.) have been listed for sale. “Both this store and parking lot are in a prime location in a strong mix of retail and office development, surrounded by a high-income residential neighborhood,” the listing reads. The two properties are owned by David and Helen Choi, who bought them along with the business in 2009. The Chois previously listed the parking lot for sale in 2012, but at the time David told us the family had no intention of selling it. Rather, he said, the lot was listed as a way to discover its fair market value—a common strategy with one-of-a-kind properties. As for this time around, we’re not sure what the listing means. We learned of the listing after our deadline, and David was not immediately available for comment.

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Pearson’s Wine & Spirits (2436 Wisconsin Ave.) will soon begin operating on Sundays, according to a store spokeswoman. Until now, the liquor store has been closed on Sundays, but on February 6, the ABC Board voted to allow it to open seven days a week. The store’s daily hours are 10 a.m. to 8:45 p.m.

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On May 31 at 2:30 p.m., a slender young man walked into Pearson’s Wine & Spirits (2436 Wisconsin Ave.), concealed a pint of Cîroc vodka and a large bottle of Moët & Chandon rosé Champagne in his jeans, and left without paying. The man was last seen as a passenger in a gray 1994 Ford Crown Victoria headed south on Wisconsin Ave.

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From the September 2009 Glover Park Gazette:

Pearson’s at 2436 Wisconsin Avenue recently welcomed new owners: the husband-and-wife team of David and Helen Choi bought the venerable liquor store and retained all of the store’s employees. Wrote outgoing co-owner Steve Silver in his popular newsletter, “They are everything we were when we started out: young, energetic, outgoing, enthusiastic, serious … and nervous. Most importantly, the are in love with wine.”

Helen Choi confirms this assessment, adding that she and her husband “don’t plan big changes” in the wine department.

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