Quadrant Book Mart & Coffee House

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Get lost along aisles of literary works in this nonpareil coffeehouse that reminds us of just how quaint independently owned bookstores once were. Housed in a historic brownstone on “Millionaires Row”, this specialty shop is a great place for meandering poets like you to find…

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Historic Easton Pennsylvania has a best kept secret in the way of satisfying eateries because Quadrant Book Mart truly is a hidden gem.

Why We Love It

You’ll never run out of reading material. Not only is Quadrant a library/bookshop/coffeehouse/restaurant, it’s also just a hop skip and a jump from the Crayola factory, making it an optimal choice for writers with youngsters and anyone who likes to color outside of the lines.

What’s The Atmosphere?

Collegiate,sophisticated and studious. Library meets thrift store in this unique landmark eatery that got a little bit of something for everyone. Gourmet coffee, gift baskets and pastries are served in a truly “novel” setting.

What’s The View?

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The streets of historic Easton Pennsylvania unfold around the quiet Quadrant Book Mart and a window seat will gain you a generous view of the locals. This facility hosts a wide range of events from open mics to book signings to sing-alongs and more. Be on the lookout for upcoming author inspired events and literary savings galore. The video below will give you a better feel for what the Book Mart has in store:

Where To Cop A Thinking Spot

Cozy up beside the fire with a rare, antique novel and let the energy flow…

About The Excerpt At The Top Of This Page


Underground author and Southeast Pennsylvania native Caroline Cooper’s novel “The Sun Village Project” fits right into The Quadrant Bookmart’s theme of rare books for several reasons. Firstly, it is the only book to date that features characters named after towns in the area. Secondly, when the novel was released in its original format, the first 1,000 copies sold were signed collectors’ editions, each of them preserved in a special package. Of the first 1,000 copies sold, there are only three collectors’ editions still up for sale on amazon. A rare shop, a rare book and one more reason to fuel up your creativity.

 

The Details

Your Creative Journey Starts Here

 

Easton Pennsylvania’s one and only Quadrant Book Mart is mere footsteps away from the Crayola Factory. Igniting young imaginations is a tried and true tradition so we highly advise you to make a day of it. This crafty little coffeehouse is closed on Mondays and open Tuesday through Saturday from 8 AM to 5 PM and Sundays from 8 AM until four. Inquire with them at their upper level art exhibit and elongated list of events. Onsite features include but are not limited to:

  • Fabulous food and drink options
  • A wide assortment of reading material and more
  • Cozy fireplace

Insider Tip— As of March 23, 2016 they’ve stocked the shelves with oodles of poetry! .

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