Sandi Wiggins AKA wahig

Kramerbooks & Afterwords Cafe

1517 Connecticut Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20036

United States

202-387-1400; http://www.kramers.com/emailbooks.cfm

Type: Bookstore — new books

Web site: http://www.kramers.com/

Amenities: food/drink

Description: Across the street from the Dupont Circle Metro stop.

Added by: SqueakyChu.  Contacted: Not contacted.  Venue ID: 77



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great bookshop. Would have bought more if the luggage allowance had permitted! Really nice eclectic selection for a bookshop selling new books (and the coffee was good too).
July 2013 by charl08
A really great selection of books you'd never heard of and never knew you needed until you saw them.
November 2010 by lorax
Fabulous atmosphere - great bookshop, and terrific restaurant too!
July 2010 by Ruth72
A really fun place to hang out. Love the coffee bar and all the bustle and all those books. It manages to be a local friendly place in a large metropolitan area.
May 2010 by benitastrnad
Extraordinarily this is the only bookshop in the DC area that had a copy of the 9/11 report in stock at short notice. Spent a good period in there and then tarried further in the licensed restaurant.
March 2010 by liamfoley
This is a fun place to browse but it can be kind of overwhelming, since it is pretty tightly packed.
March 2008 by fannyprice
One of the best bookstores in DC. Just a great atmosphere
March 2008 by pescatello

Upcoming events

John Renehan (Tuesday, March 10 at 6:30pm)
John Renehan

John Renehan served in the Army’s Third Infantry Division as a field artillery officer in Iraq. He previously worked as an attorney in New York City. He lives with his family in Virginia. This is his first novel. (added from Random House)
Tania James (Wednesday, March 25 at 6:30pm)
Tania James (Atlas of Unknowns, Aerogrammes, The Tusk That Did the Damage)

Tania James is the author of the novel Atlas of Unknowns and the short story collection Aerogrammes. Her fiction has appeared in Boston Review, Granta, Guernica, One Story, A Public Space, and The Kenyon Review. She lives in Washington, DC. (added from Random House)
Reid Mitenbuler (Tuesday, May 19 at 6:30pm)
Reid Mitenbuler

Reid Mitenbuler has written about whiskey and drinking culture for The Atlantic, Slate, Saveur, Whisky Advocate, and other publications. He lives with his wife in Washington, D.C. (added from Random House)
Untitled event (Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 7pm)

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