05 March 2012

Two Nice Cobble Stores Replaced by One Nice Store

I was upset last fall when two lovely, vest-pocket, side-street shops in Cobble Hill—an antique shop and an old dry cleaners—were pushed out at a moment's notice. If they had been replaced by a Dunkin' Donuts or Pinkberry, as I suspected they would be, I could have been hopping mad (as usual). But instead they have been supplanted by Idlewild, a French-Spanish-Italian book store. They also teach those languages. How can you be angry about that?

1 comment:

Stephanie said...

They're an offshoot of Idlewild Books in Chelsea, a travel bookstore that also gives language lessons.