Founded by a street vendor, this edgy St. Mark's shop fits right into the neighborhood. It carries an eclectic mix of ... More
East Village Books and Records
Founded by a street vendor, this edgy St. Mark's shop fits right into the neighborhood. It carries an eclectic mix of authors, from Bukowski and Hemingway to Proust and Zola. Do not bother searching for such lightweight authors as Danielle Steele or Sydney Sheldon. However, you may find Abbie Hoffman's Steal This Book or The Diary of Vaslav Nijinsky instead. There is also a small selection of compact discs for sale.
A classic, cluttered little used bookstore with a remarkably well-selected of titles. The employees are knowlegable and you can take your time wandering through the stacks. Also, they're pleased to take your used books off your hands.
The best known children's bookstore in New York City, Books of Wonder was one of the stores that featured as
Meg Ryan's store in the film You've Got Mail. The staff knows everything about children's books, authors and characters. ...
For those feeling a bit magical, this small but friendly East Village shop will fulfill all their mysterious needs. Check
out their ample selection of candles, incense, books, music and spell ingredients. Whether you are a novice, an advanced ...
Many hotels in the attractive and convenient Murray Hill neighborhood tend to be rather expensive, but the Ramada Eastside is
a happy exception to that rule. It has comfortable rooms and fine facilities, and some of the city's premier ...
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