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Bookstore
“if you like to bar hop this is the place for you to be on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday night. ”
126 locals recommend
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“It’s coffee shop meets bar meets bookstore. Be sure to check their calendar because they often hosts local artists and storytellers on their outdoor patio. ”
45 locals recommend
Book Store
“This family-owned chain of new & used bookstores is North America’s biggest. The company’s motto of “We buy & sell anything printed or recorded except yesterday’s newspaper” is still current, offering the family an enjoyable time searching through the many used books, music, & movies for sale. Also has an exciting range of comic books & games! It’s worth checking out their clearance section too, where there are plenty of $1 children’s books. The staff are very friendly & helpful and, if they don’t have a particular item in stock, are always willing to look in their inventory and see if any of their stores across the country have it in stock &, for a small fee, will get it shipped over.”
7 locals recommend
Clothing Store
“Clothing, footwear, outerwear, travel tools, and nature education from Kerrville to Kilimanjaro since 1970. You can find just about anything here! Great gifts and stocking stuffers!”
4 locals recommend
Book Store
“4 block walk, great place to walk, read a book, hang, wonderful, local, eclectic, also offer classes during the week, from lectures to yoga. Local gem. ”
3 locals recommend
Book Store
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“I like to hang out here for a lazy afternoon and grab a smoothie from Panera Bread next door.”
2 locals recommend
Cafe
“The owner has brought all of his northern personality to this local little treasure. The food and beverages are fantastic, and so are the daily jokes. Check it out while in town!”
1 local recommends
Book Store
“Best prices around...and if you can't find it here, then Barnes & Nobles is just across the street and around the corner.”
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Bookstore
1 local recommends
Bookstore
“Fridays at 2:30 p.m. - Champagne afternoon tea service - century mosaics and bookcases filled with an edited selection of coffee-table tomes. “The afternoon tea experience blends an innovative menu with casual tea service and glass of champagne in a communal setting. Served in dainty colorful china, The Joule sources a selection of exotic and rare tea blends. The seasonal tea menu is under the artful guidance of The Joule Hotel Executive Chef Jaco Smith and Executive Pastry Chef Ruben Torano who infuse timeless classics with modern flair.To help facilitate the social tea experience, guests are treated to an educational presentation from the culinary team on the varieties of teas and foods”
1 local recommends
Book Store
“Closest place to get PC support for most models. Also a great place to purchase laptops and accessories.”
1 local recommends
Bookstore
1 local recommends