|Those are the steps. No elevator. Bookworm power!|
|The cover of the menu|
|So in love with the shabby chic, eclectic feel of the place.|
|The walls and ceiling have an industrial look to them. I wonder what was up here before.|
|This painted up, broken down recliner flanked by two kiddie chairs made me smile.|
|Piles of books -- a delicious mix of fiction and nonfiction.|
|I wanted to stretch out on this sofa and stay there all weekend.|
|The playfulness with colors, textures, objects and books made me feel so at home.|
|Menu board featuring the daily specials. I think the woman behind the counter is Sandy, one of the owners. |
I loved Buy The Book so much that I was too shy to talk to her. I know, but I was afraid I'd burble.
|Sign hanging by the stairs on the way out. If anyone steals from Buy The Book, I hope Karma messes with them more than twice! How about fifteen times, and a trip down the stairs?|
Buy The Book, thank you so much for existing. I'll be back. You're my reason to come to Daegu.