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Good Reads And Good Drinks | #ProudlyServingCCC

  • Good Reads And Good Drinks | #ProudlyServingCCC
What’s better than finding a book that puts on you on the edge of your seat? Reading that book while sipping on a delicious cup of Counter Culture Coffee. So treat your shelves and book your way over to one of these partner bookstores!

Rough Draft – Kingston, New York

Photo of the exterior of Rough Draft. It is an old brick building with a large tree out front and a sign above the door that says, "Rough Draft bar & books."
Rough Draft is located in the historic Four Corners area of Kingston, New York. It’s both a bar and bookstore, making it the perfect place for people to gather for a literary drink–be it beer, cider, wine, or Counter Culture Coffee!

Midtown Scholar – Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

Photo of a person holding a stack of 12 books in front of them.
Midtown Scholar is a place every book lover should visit! With more than 200,000 new, used, rare, & out-of-print books, and Counter Culture Coffee in their cafe, you’ll understand why it has been voted “Simply the Best Independent Bookstore” in the region for 14 years!

The Potter’s House – Washington, D.C.

Photo of the exterior of Potter's House. There are outdoor seats with large umbrellas for shade and a menu board that says, "Welcome! Coffee, books, community."
The Potter’s House has a dual mission: It curates social movement, justice, and equity while serving 1,200+ free meals every month to those in need. It’s worth a trip to D.C. just to visit this incredible, nonprofit bookstore that offers coffee, tea, and baked goods.

Politics and Prose – Washington, D.C.

Photo of a cappuccino, baked cooks, a bag of Hologram Counter Culture Coffee, and stacks of mugs that say, "coffeehouse & wine bar. The Den" on them.
Inside Politics and Prose, you’ll discover The Den coffee shop and wine bar so you can grab a drink while browsing the shelves. This D.C. staple is devoted to cultivating a sense of community through good books and educational programs. Every year, they sponsor dozens of classes and host 18 in-house book groups.

Taylor Books – Charleston, West Virginia

Photo of book shelves in Taylor Books.
Taylor Books is a well-known independent bookstore that has served its community in West Virginia since 1995. Yet, that’s not all! In addition to new and used books for people of all ages, it has an art gallery and a cafe that brews Counter Culture Coffee.

Books and Beans – Rocky Mount, North Carolina

Photo of a window counter with a latte on it. Behind that, there is a bookshelf with an artful display of titles.
Books and Beans’ mission is to create an environment that cultivates community and conversation through its welcoming environment and many book clubs. The Counter Culture Coffee doesn’t hurt, either. With a vintage coffee shop inside, this double threat delights both coffee lovers and bibliophiles! Fun fact: The owner is non-other than Etaf Rum, author of the New York Times bestseller, “A Woman Is No Man.”

Malaprop’s Bookstore – Asheville, North Carolina

Exterior of Malaprop's Bookstore. There is a balcony on the second story and leafy trees out front.
Malaprop’s Bookstore celebrates the true joy of reading by bringing together readers and writers. In addition to serving Counter Culture Coffee, their cozy cafe offers tasty food from local bakeries.

Mojo Books & Records – Tampa, Florida

Photo of a record player, a record, a stack of two books, and a hand holding a cortado.
Mojo Books & Records believes that books are best read on paper and the ultimate listening experience is found on vinyl. While away your day perusing records while enjoying a cup of Counter Culture Coffee. Did we mention that Mojo is the largest independent bookstore and record store in Tampa?

Build Coffee – Chicago, Illinois

Photo of a book shelf with a sign that says, "Build Coffee."
Build Coffee is a book and coffee shop that delivers radical collaborations throughout the community. In addition to serving coffee and selling used books, local small press publications, journals, comics, art books, and zines, they act as a venue and residency aiming to nourish and sustain local art and artists.

Coffee N’ Comics – Reno, Nevada

Photo of a person laying on their front reading a Spider Man comic with a to-go cup of coffee next to them.
Coffee N’ Comics promises a good ol’ time with its fun, friendly atmosphere. Don’t be shocked if you see a giant Pikachu running through the aisles while you’re browsing through the comics with a cold beer or warm latte in hand.

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