The bookstore also prints indie books on its own printing press, with titles available for browsing or purchase.
(52 Prince St., 212-274-1160, mcnallyjackson.com) New to ever-popularizing Ridgewood in 2015, Topos Bookstore Cafe has a quaint feel, packed with used copies of popular novels, out-of-print editions and plenty of books in French, Spanish, German and more languages.
The shop's small size makes finding a book manageable and knowledgeable staff can certainly help with recommendations.
(266 Bleecker St., 212-807-8655, bookbooknyc.com) This bilevel So Ho bookstore is home to countless books, both popular fiction and nonfiction titles and more obscure literature.
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(225 Smith St., booksaremagic.net) After closing its original West Village location in late 2014 -- yes, rising rents are to blame -- Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks relocated to the East Village, where the shop continues to display and sell an impressive variety of vintage, rare and international cookbooks.
An attached cafe offers fresh salads, sandwiches, pastries and coffee in a literary, Wi Fi-free ambiance.
Mc Nally Jackson hosts events almost every night on the lower level, from book talks to author discussions and signings.
In 2014, WORD launched a second location in Jersey City, so maybe they're onto something we're not quite up to yet.
(126 Franklin St., Brooklyn, 718-383-0096, wordbookstores.com) Staffed entirely by volunteers, this collectively owned and run bookstore specializes in feminist, queer and activist materials, in fiction, poetry, academic texts and self-published zines.
While ordering your next good read from a major dot-com with overnight shipping may be easy, nothing replaces the experience of picking out a book from a physical shelf.