Sunday, May 29, 2011

Barnes & Noble Coffee Shop

19 comments:

uncertainhorizon said...

I love how every Barnes and Noble bookstore looks different!

Kate said...

Is this B&N affliated with Starbucks, too, as most of them in MN are?

Memphis MOJO said...

The person against the wall looks like they are on their laptop. WiFi rocks!

Jack said...

I can't believe there are available seats. Usually they are packed, wherever I go.

magiceye said...

peaceful...

lovely composition

Olivier said...

Barnes et Nobles c'est une librairie aussi ?

Sharon said...

I love those book store coffee shops. Everyone there has their head in a book!

Randy said...

I stopped at one on my way back from Phoenix and it sure was different from this one.

Sequim Daily Photo said...

Looks like a nice place to read or meet up with someone for a chat.

cieldequimper said...

I'd probably sit there with a stack of just bought books... ;-)

Small City Scenes said...

Looks like the one in Seattle. Same people too. MB

Birdman said...

Java and a book. Now, that's something that I can enjoy without the guilt trip... as long as they don't come with a bucket of greasy chicken. hahahahaha

Small City Scenes said...

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Enjoy the day, MB

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Cezar and Léia said...

Hmmm now it's my kind of place as I love libraries and books, and good cappuccino! :)
Re: ** That sculpture, I'm sure it's representation of human, I think it's a men and a woman hugging( big hug) and I'm not sure but I also think there is a baby with them so that...an union, a family!
Those sculptures are in a park near UNICEF building.
Hugs
Léia

Jim Klenke said...

Looks like an old soda fountain, nice for a B&N.

Charlotte said...

I like the decoration of this coffeeshop. It reminds me of something ... A nice place to sit and read and just be. Lovely !
Tiger is developing a sweet tooth. He decided that he likes chocolate ... -:)
I shall write about the team tomorrow night - if we manage to land safe-:)

I hope you're having a peaceful evening. Woof to Haley!-:)

Small City Scenes said...

The original day4plus is still open only I cannot gain access to it. So I fingured what the heck and made a new one. So there. MB

EG WOW said...

My kind of coffee shop! :)

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