Reads of Nassau Street
24-25, Nassau Street,
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+353 1 679 6011
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Owned by Eason & Son Limited, Reads of Nassau Street are booksellers, newsagents and stationers.
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Stephen R. lives 1.87 km from Reads of Nassau Street
on July 26th, 2012
As book shops go Reads is pretty much on the same level as a small Easons; they've got a good selection of the latest bestsellers and candy floss easy-reading, but if you're looking for anything else then you'd be better off trying Hodges & Figgis around the corner.
Mind you, when it comes to anything other than books they're pretty brilliant! They have one of the best selections of affordable stationary in the city and if I'm looking for pens, notebooks or envelopes/boxes to mail parcels in, I always head here. Great selection of cards too!
Shelby C. lives 2.71 km from Reads of Nassau Street
on June 19th, 2012
A good place to pick up any school or office supplies you need! Slightly overpriced as far as book shops go, with pretty much only pleasure reading and travel guides on the shelves from what I could see, but it's a convenient and good-sized shop nevertheless for pretty much everything else paper-related. And just for future reference, they won't break a note unless you buy something.
Mike B. lives 3.24 km from Reads of Nassau Street
on December 25th, 2011
Decent-ish selection of books, more of an overgrown newsagents than a bookshop - appears cheaper than it actually is thanks to all the special offer stickers on the books. Very handy and well stocked stationery section downstairs, this is the best bit in my opinion. Also, handy ATM in the magazine section.