I could LIVE here = books and more books + coffee and snacks + GameStop = heaven!
Check out a section you normally breeze by, you'd be surprised at what you find!
Quite a big store with lots of selection.😀
Get your favorite book and buy a coffee and read....you feel great and relaxed.. B&N is one of my fav place to spend time with books
One of my favorite bookstores in Austin. Very friendly staff, great study spot, and plenty of parking!
Great atmosphere, good coffee, and a Gamestop can please all family members. Be sure to lounge on the second floor!
This is a book store, not a library. You are not entitled to a seat where you can congeal for hours while leaving smudges of frappé on classic Kerouac. You sicken me.
This B&N is one of my favorite out of all the B&Ns I've been to so far. Great book selection! Fantastic seating for a meeting or study, while having a nice place to enjoy a beverage or coffee.
There is a little-used outlet behind the newsstand bench up against the escalator ;)
Great Barnes & Nobles with seating and study tables - but it's an old building so not may outlets at all - good luck to you laptop users.
Once you find a book to settle down and read, head upstairs to the comfy chairs rather than just assuming the Starbucks is your only option. It's quiet and away from the bustling areas of the store!
the staff is extremely friendly love to help
Pay for your books. I once forgot to and the alarm didn't go off. Realized it when I got to my car... It was very inconvenient!
10% off your Starbucks beverage with your B&N Member card! w00t w00t to that.
go early on sunday so you can find parking
The Oreo Stack is disturbingly good. Buy two and txt me.
Half Price books has a better selection
there's a cute guy that works at starbucks. most expensive green tea lemonade, $3.14. at the domain~ 2.98. on campus at UT~ 3.03
This Barnes & Noble store is also an AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spot. Curl up with your Nook and connect with AT&T Wi-Fi.
I love books. Good selection and staff not bad :-)
must buy books
Buy a drink and take it upstairs to the balcony seats rather than the cramped bookstore...