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McNally Jackson Booksellers

52 Prince St. New York, NY 10012 | Soho | 212-274-1160

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At this Canadian store, dotted with many fine leather chairs for browsing/sleeping, fiction is organized by nationality. Although this is a fine place to spend an evening, it may be best to ignore the cute little restaurant area where you can buy a cup of tea for $7 or more.


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