Less than 2 months after closing their Post Plaza location, Barnes & Noble is back.
The new site — the former Renovation Hardware — is smaller than the previous store, a couple of miles east.
But there’s plenty of room for books of all types, games, puzzles and the like. The space is bright, fresh and airy. The shelves — as a press release noted — are “bespoke oak.”
There is no café. “There are plenty of good places for coffee and food downtown,” an employee says. “We want to be a good neighbor, and help everyone.”
Around noon, a steady stream of customers enjoyed downtown Westport’s newest retailer.