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December 31, 2015

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Ian Joyce

Kinokuniya used to be at Rockefeller Center, and moved to Bryant Park in 2008 or thereabouts. It's a NYC favorite of mine, particularly now that there's a Blue Bottle Coffee nearby. The browsing at Kinokuniya is always good.

Murray Browne

Good to know about the coffee and Kinokuniya. BTW, Rizzoli's is near EatItaly and 192 Books is not far from the Chelsea Market. Books, Coffee, NYC. Have a happy, healthy 2016, friend.

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