Books transcend you into a realm of inwards pleasure, an unapologetic euphoria that stays with you even weeks and months after you’ve finished a book. And that’s what books are about, a portal to discovering that very magic environed in a book. Here are 3 best bookstores located at Georgetown, Washington, D.C., that offers such a haven for book mongers.
The Amazon bookstore situated at Georgetown is one among the chain of finite bookstores run by the conglomerate giants Amazon over various locations. It directly interconnects them to the online sales of Amazon books and Kindle services, offering a locale to their online services. Its services include the availability of dropping and picking up the online order from the store, and the opportunity to meet book curators at Amazon who decide what’s in store regularly. But if all the amenities aren’t the crux of it, the rustic aesthetic look of the store is one for the books, all puns intended. The place offers a great place to read; reflect and ponder, and even has kindle devices enabled if you’re one of the futuristic folks.
Founded in 1980, Bridge Street Books is one of the most popular and sought-after bookstores in the locality. They house a plethora of well curated genres of books, right from trade, university, and small press publications. They also carry out online sales of their books. They’re currently inculcating stringent covid-19 measures in terms of the crowd inside the bookstore and timings.
Being a subsidiary of the Bryn Mawr College, the authenticity and the do-good attitude of the bookshop protrudes like a warm embrace. The entirety of their collections of books are donated, and staff being volunteers, the profits are entitled towards scholarships at Bryn Mawr College. Currently one of the most prominent bookshops in Georgetown, The Lantern Bookshop was founded in the year 1977.