From the outside of the building, with its blackened windows and iron bars, I was not expecting much from 20/20. I opened the door and looked left into a room packed with empty boxes and other garbage. Hmm. Then I walked into the main room and was simply floored. Hidden in this dumpy building is perhaps the most grand wine showroom I have ever seen. In a basketball court sized library-esque room, polished wood shelving rises 20-25 feet up to the ceiling. Had it all been filled with whiskey I might have needed a change of underpants.
Sadly (and yet fortunately for my boxers), only a tiny section was dedicated to whiskey. 20/20 has a respectable but commonplace selection of single malts in the low to mid price ranges with a couple odd-ball rare bottles. Bourbon and other whiskeys were few in number. I inquired if all their stock was on display and they indicated there were more high-end bottles in back. [A check of the website revealed about 40 bottles from $200 to $7250.] There are some bottles here of interest to collectors, but with Ebay "Buy It Now" prices.