Barnes & Noble

Row 1

The Americana at Brand
Glendale, CA 91210
(818) 545-9146
Bookstore, Café
Mon–Sun: 10:00 AM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • This is a great place to meet friends, buy my book, 'Seriously I'm Kidding,' & do dramatic readings of Danielle Steele novels on the escalator. If you don't have time for all three, just buy my book.
  • The Barnes & Noble Cafe is not a Starbucks. They do not accept Starbucks cards or gift certificates.
  • It's one of the pretties B&N at three stories with a beautiful balcony that overlooks the plaza. Friendly employees. Funny looking guards. Great area. Free parking over on the other side of the mall.
  • Get your two hour free parking validation if you're a member. You don't even have to buy anything. Also enjoy the Starbucks on the top floor and read something!
  • great place to relax
  • Free water in the 3rd floor cafe - keep the hydration, brou! =]
  • There's a Starbucks/cafe on the top floor
  • Good selection. Nice amount of places to sit and browse a book or magazine.
  • Pretty healthy selection of graphic novels/comics: DC, Marvel and otherwise.
  • In a world where there are fewer and fewer bookstores, and most of what remains are chains, this Barnes & Noble is still a great bookstore on its own terms.
  • This is a fun place to meet
  • If u lost a credit card in the girls restroom go to lost & found. It's there!
  • Awesome place. recommend
  • This place doesnt take STARBUCKS GIFTCARDS! this Sucks!!! They say its bcuz its independantly owned. So be ready to pay$$$
  • If you bring your laptop be forewarned, there isn't a place to plug it in once your out of juice.
  • Escalators are not mall-style. You will have to wrap around each floor.
  • Read a book.
  • Wait to pick up your CD or DVD until you're ready to check out. Start on the third floor and work your way out. The weird metal detectors don't let you change floors with un-purchased items. Cafe top.
  • Todays pick
  • Go to second floor to find a comfortable chair to read a book or magazine. Sometimes they have an author reading.

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