Three Lives and Company

Three Lives and Company epitomizes what I love about living in New York City. First of all, it’s one of the (relatively) many independent bookstores in this city – unlike the suburbs where I grew up, where there were two bookstores within a 50-mile radius of my house that by this point have gone out of business. Second of all, Three Lives and Company reminds me of Shop Around the Corner in You’ve Got Mail. It’s miniscule, the floorboards are totally creaky, the staff is incredibly nice, and it’s just a rickety, cozy, charming old bookstore on a quaint, quiet corner of Greenwich Village. I couldn’t love it more, and if it ever shuts down I might cry. 

4 comments

  1. Hunter says: January 22, 2014

    How sweet! I love old bookstores like that!

    Hunter
    Prep on a Budget

  2. Rebecca Spencer says: January 22, 2014

    I love little holes of Manhattan that make you think you're in a tiny little suburb all tucked away.

    Rebecca {at} Preppy Panache

  3. Love This Life says: January 23, 2014

    Oh my goodness. I love You've Got Mail and because of it, I love all little bookstores!!! This one looks so quaint and wonderful.

  4. Holly says: January 23, 2014

    Lovely 🙂 I totally agree about the You've Got Mail feel!

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