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Every time I come to New York , I visit this wonderful bookshop with lots and lots of marvelous books , ordered in such a way that you are bound to discover something new. The staff is helpful and knows a lot . I never...More
My family and I popped in here looking to kill a few minutes on a Sunday morning and were delighted to see a small cafe here inside the bookstore. It was quiet and we enjoyed some iced coffees and an orange juice for our daughter....More
You can't expect otherwise from a stuffy staff located at the heart of Soho. Yes, the selection of books is appropriate, but for an independent bookstore you are better off at Bookculture. The staff at McNally is just impossible- a bunch of hipsters wannabes who...More
Great curating of contemporary books and I love their literature by regions, and their general presentation of books and stationery. In the heart of Soho; the perfect place to go to pick yourself up after some depressing shopping.
After spending all my money in SoHo shopping, it was nice to wander around the bookstore (and yes, I had enough left to buy a book-haha). They have the most unique cafe decor - books made into lights hanging from the ceiling and book pages...More
Perhaps the best discovery during a short sojourn in the Magnificent Metropolis; keeps to the spirit of an independent bookstore with a wide range of titles and books from self publishers and little known publishers; found a book of poems I had searched for for...More
Despite being just off of busy Houston Street, Nolita maintains a low-key vibe that makes it a pleasant retreat in the heart of lower Manhattan. Short for “North of Little Italy,” Nolita was once considered to be part of Little Italy. Today, the neighbourhood is popular with young fashionistas popping in and out of the chic independent boutiques that line Mulberry, Mott and Elizabeth Streets. In addition to shopping,
there are cozy restaurants and sidewalk cafes serving everything from new-school Italian food to the world-famous cronuts. While small in size (Nolita stretches just a few blocks in each direction), it’s a great neighbourhood to spend an afternoon people watching, window-shopping, and grabbing a bite to eat.