Barnes & Noble

Row 1

4801 Bethesda Ave (at Woodmont Ave.)
Bethesda, MD 20814
(301) 986-1761
Mon–Sat: 9:00 AM–11:00 PM Sun: 10:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Filled with loud Teen with to much money, but has a great selection and good cafe food.
  • This Barnes & Noble store is also an AT&T Wi-Fi Hot Spot. Curl up with your Nook and connect with AT&T Wi-Fi.
  • Don't ask for a fork unless you ordered food here- strict "no fork allowance" policy- even if you order a drink. Lol, I kid you not:-)
  • The downstairs restrooms are much nicer
  • La seccin de espaol es bastante decente. Faltan libros de Ensayo e Historia, pero bien.
  • Best place to read a mag / book and CHILL!
  • Nook has a huge area and, with the closing of Borders at White Flint and Friendship Heights, this will soon be the only book store in the Bethesda area.
  • A beloved haunt of the neighborhood that stays open late.
  • Quiet with a casual vibe at noon on a Saturday
  • This store has an excellent collection of books on nature and environmental issues.
  • Best bookstore ever!
  • pros: it has 3flrs, lotsa books n nice coffee area :) cons: restroom location is not convenient. lowest flr has no celphone and wifi signal :(
  • Glad to see one of these surviving. Literate neighborhood apparently.
  • Wonder If B&N Has Any Coffee-Table Books About Coffee-Tables ??? (Yes A Seinfeld Joke) lol
  • Meet Ella Monroe (writing duo Marilyn Rauber and Amy Reingold) on Saturday, September 8, 2012 at 1:00 PM as they read from their debut novel Capital Girls.
  • Good luck finding an open outlet!
  • No matter what time I get here, it's always packed!! Great place to read or get work done if you manage to snag a seat, though.
  • Meet New York Times bestselling author Kristin Hannah on Friday, February 10, 2012 at 7:00 PM as she reads from her new novel, Home Front.
  • I love BN but it's pretty scary to use amazon app to price match.
  • Get your Pilgrim Passport at