BookCulture

A mini-chain of three stores in New York City, BookCulture began as a indie shop serving the Columbia University community. A new store in Long Island City has helped bring literary community to the rapidly gentrifying neighborhood. A third store in the Upper West Side is undergoing a rent dispute with the landlord.

Events for all stores are listed on the store website.

Long Island City

This brand new store is beautiful and spacious. Events are often held downstairs, which could make accessibility an issue, although the upstairs space should be fine.

Accessible: Partially
Sound system:
Alcohol: No.
Coffee: No.
Book sales: Full bookstore
Admission price: free.

112th Street

Accessible: No.
Sound system:
Alcohol: No.
Coffee: No.
Book sales: Full bookstore
Admission price: free.

Columbus

Currently closed.

Accessible: No.
Sound system:
Alcohol: No.
Coffee: No.
Book sales: Full bookstore
Admission price: free.










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