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Book Stores in New York, NY
1.Barnes & Noble Booksellers
555 5th Ave
Book StoresDVD Sales & ServiceGift ShopsToy Stores
2.Bank Street Book Store
The price is a little high but it makes up for it in quality. The staff was fantastic and the store was clean ans smelled nice.
285 W Broadway
200 Park Ave S
536 W 112th St
Book StoresUsed & Rare Books
This review is to give praise to this store based on the quality of their service and the way they organize their store. For me, this is the place to be.
1073 Avenue Of The Americas
8.Midtown Logos Inc.
1575 York Ave
Religious BookstoresBiblesMusic StoresBook Stores
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9.Joost Elffers Books
41 Union Sq W Ste 721
138 Convent Ave
13.Yield Book Inc
388 Greenwich St
33 Bond St Bsmt A
245 Avenue C
16.Atria Books Washington Square
1230 Avenue Of The Americas
17.Hudson Bar & Books
636 Hudson St Frnt 3
I put off trying this place because of the negative reviews about the service (note those reviews are all pretty old, from '02). Finally went last night and found out what I was missing. It is very expensive, but the cocktails are excellent, the cigar list is decent (although they were out of both the Padron 3k and 6k), and the service was good. It was impossible to find a seat at the bar on a Monday right after work, but later in the evening the crowd thinned out a bit. Mostly cigar smokers but saw some cigarettes as well. I'll be going back.
18.St. Mark's Bookshop
136 E 3rd St
Book StoresReligious Bookstores
I think of St. Marks Bookshop as one of the more intellectual and artsy bookstores in town. It's been around for more than 30 years for lots of good reasons. The first has got to be their distinguished collection of books and both national and international journals and periodicals. If you're looking for indie fiction and nonfiction (including poetry), this is your go-to spot. Same if you're looking for outstanding books and periodicals on women's studies, film studies and graphic design. Best sellers are not their forte, although you can find them if that's really what you're looking for. \r \r I'm sure a second reason for the success of this shop is the knowledgeable staff and helpful layout of the store. If you're looking for something specific it won't be hard to find. If they haven't got what you're looking for, they'll of course order it. \r \r Third reason: great hours, they're open until midnight every day of the week. Related to this, a fourth reason: it's a great place to spend part or even all of an evening, especially if you're not into the bar or club scene. You can enjoy excellent browsing for a good hour or two, certainly. And you'll always find very interesting people in the shop with you. People are generally there for the same reason you are, so commonality of interest is a plus.They're smart, like you are. And you'll always meet at least a ""character"" or two every time you go there. Not that St. Marks Bookshop is a meat market or chat room, mind you. It's simply that in addition to great books and magazines, you'll find great people! Definitely worth the trip even if you're not otherwise in the area.
19.Biography Book Shop
400 Bleecker St
This store was wonderfully helpful and when they didn't have the book they kindly redirected me to a bookstore that stocked the exact book I needed!\r \r Professional, friendy and a wonderful experience!\r \r Thanks you guys, I'll be in lots!
20.McNally Jackson Books
52 Prince St
It's so nice not to go to a Barnes and Noble. The store has a great table of manager's picks in the front. I have found some great books that I wouldn't have read otherwise.
304 Park Ave S
I love the selections of books here from general fiction to thrillers and comedy. I would certainly recommend this one to any book lovers.
22.Left Bank Books
17 8th Ave
Book StoresUsed & Rare Books
They searched high and low for something i needed for christmas.\r As soon as they found it, they gave me a call and saved me by finding my literary gift.\r They're great.
200 Lexington Ave Rm 431
Oddly enough, it is hard to find good bookstores in the city for both accessible and esoteric architecture books. This place has an amazing selection of both and Beth has a great knowledge of styles and periods in architecure and decorative arts. I could hang out there all day. The space is also nicely designed and inviting.
24.Polish American Bookstore
333 W 38th St
In Mid Manhattan there is Polish Bookstore own by Nowy Dziennik Polish language newspaper published since 1971 where you can buy Polish books, Polish music, subscribe to Polish Magazines.
420 Lexington Avenue, Suite 300
Book StoresPassport Photo & Visa Information & ServicesTravel Agencies
Royal Visa service is good i had a pleasant experience with them. I visited Saudi Arabia and all i do is submit passport with 2 photos and they do the rest.They are fast and they return my passport as committed on time. Thank you Royal Visa for making my journey comfortable.
26.French & European Publications
610 5th Ave
I'm a map freak; this is my second home. It's a very pleasant place, the salespeople are helpful, and the variety of maps and guidebooks is excellent.
27.N Y Open Center Inc
83 Spring St
The exotic window display attracted me to step into the place. A friendly receptionist greets me with a smile, he give me a tour, the facial section & both locker room with steam also bamboo sauna, there is a snack bar and refrigerator filled with and array of fresh fruits. The beautiful waiting area with a water fountain, tranquility, life plants, and sitting area surround by bamboo trees with the sound of mix water fall & relaxing music, the private couple rooms with locker, vichy shower and steam. There is a small tea table with fresh fruits, drinks and beautiful flowers. It is so attractive to me. After the tour, I went back to front desk where I purchased a certificate for couple's massage with zealous haste to return to this wonderful place. \r \r
75 Broad St
Recorded Books, operational since 1979, serves clients in the United States and Canada. The company, a part of Haights Cross Communications, publishes a range of audiobooks. It offers unabridged CDs and cassettes of novels, such as The Amaranth Enchantment, Freefall, Thirteen Days to Midnight, The Reckoning and Bad News for Outlaws. Recorded Books also provides a variety of science fiction audiobooks, including Claws That Catch, Claws That Catch and Atrocity Archives. The company s imprints include Romantic Sounds and Your Coach in a Box. In addition, it offers CDs and cassettes for learning foreign languages that include French, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Russian and Spanish.
29.Teich Toys & Books
573 Hudson St
Book StoresToy Stores
Teich Toys & Books is a family-run toy store based in New York City's West Village. Teich Toys & Books opened its doors in June 2014 and features a collection of engaging and inspiring products for kids of all ages.
30.Ursus Books LTD
50 E 78th St
Book StoresUsed & Rare BooksMusic Stores
Welcome to Ursus Books and Prints Established in 1972, Ursus serves clients in New York and throughout the world. We provide a comprehensive selection of art reference books, superb copies of rare books in all fields, and fine antique decorative prints. Our shop is located on the mezzanine of the Carlyle Hotel. Here one will find three departments: Art Books, Rare Books and Prints. Please feel free to visit us whenever you are in New York. Ursus sends books, prints and catalogues to practically every country in the world. We accept payment by Visa, Mastercard and American Express, as well as U.S. dollar checks ( drawn on a U.S. bank ) and bank wire transfers. Ursus Art Books has a selection of reference books covering all periods and all media. We offer both new and out-of-print books, including: catalogues raisonn s, artist monographs, and important museum exhibition catalogues ( U.S. and foreign ). Since we stock both new and out-of-print books, we are able to provide our clientele with the best books on a particular artist or subject. We actively search for books for clients if they are not presently in stock. Should you wish to receive our catalogues of out-of-print books and/or our New Books Bulletin, please let us know. As well, we are happy to provide custom lists to our clients. Please contact us if you have any questions or special requests. The Print Department at Ursus specializes in 16th to 19th Century English and European decorative works on paper. We offer a diverse and important selection of original engravings, lithographs and watercolors in all fields. In addition to our historical material, we exhibit original watercolours by contemporary artists working in the great tradition of European botanical illustration. Ursus provides museum caliber custom framing, conservation and appraisal services.
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