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Two of my favorite things combined!  Food and Books!  @Kirsty Wimbish come visit again so we can check it out!

Two of my favorite things combined! Food and Books! @Kirsty Wimbish come visit again so we can check it out!

Bauhaus Books & Coffee. I can't think of a better representation of that which is quintessentially Seattle; towering shelves of books, patrons of personality and baristas that wield coffee-brewing skills as good as the coffee itself...which is really, really good.

301 E Pine St
(between Melrose Ave & Bellevue Ave) 
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 625-1600

Bauhaus Books & Coffee. I can't think of a better representation of that which is quintessentially Seattle; towering shelves of books, patrons of personality and baristas that wield coffee-brewing skills as good as the coffee itself...which is really, really good. 301 E Pine St (between Melrose Ave & Bellevue Ave) Seattle, WA 98122 (206) 625-1600

Ampersand Coffee Shop in Paddington (Sydney) second hand books and coffee

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Ampersand Coffee Shop in Paddington (Sydney) second hand books and coffee with JJ& HH

Field Guide: 15 Independent Bookstores That’ll Make You Want to Toss Your Kindle  Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/shoppist/2016/03/20/philadelphia-independent-bookstores/#YrrKZu1BuIsquG5T.99

Field Guide: 15 Independent Bookstores That’ll Make You Want to Toss Your Kindle credit: Wellington Square Bookshop

Possibly the most amazing bookstore entrance ever, at Le Bal des Ardents in Lyon, France. The name apparently is taken from a bizarre tragic event during the reign of Charles VI of France in which some dancers were horribly burned. It translates as "The Ball of the Burning Men." http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bal_des_Ardents

The book arch at the entrance of the bookshop Le Bal des Ardents, Lyon.

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