Shopping >Barnes & Noble Booksellers
Great place to go on your lunch break downtown.
This Barnes and Noble has a pretty good selection. I like to browse the bargain section and pick up a cheap coffee table book that I probably don't need. The stationary section has a good selection also if you're looking for a cute notebook or datebook. They used to have these adorable vintage cards that I love, but not anymore. Perhaps soon.
Head upstairs and stop by the Starbucks cafe for some cheap lunch. My favorite thing is the Feta and Spinach stuffed pretzel for $2.95. They'll heat it in the oven for you so that the Feta melts inside.
Although I'd prefer to go to local bookstores, this store is pretty good if you're in the downtown area.
An easy-access resource for books of any stripe, with impressive children's, business and bestseller sections..
Established in 1873 and still thriving, this mainstream bookseller boasts almost 600 locations and does brisk online business as well. Ubiquitous and well organized, Barnes & Noble arranges its huge book selection in 22 user-friendly categories, from Art and Architecture to Romance and Travel. Stores host seasonal book signings and family-friendly "Storytimes." Many locations also offer music, movies and cafes that serve Starbucks coffee.
Relax. What an awesome place to just sit back, drink a cappucino, and read a magazine. Staff is quite knowledgable about the store's huge selection and very helpful.
Very convenient Downtown location.
I just love to browse during my lunch hour.
Sometimes I have dessert and coffee there.
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