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Foyles is London’s largest bookstore and stocks over a million books on four floors. It also has a music section and jazz café.
Foyles literary lunches
Foyles has been hosting their famous literary lunches since the 1950s. John Lennon once caused a furore when his acceptance speech lasted all of four seconds.
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- JP1964 – “Now that borders has closed down (why? Why?) This is the best bookshop in London. It's big, but still seems nice and pokey inside, like a Friendly library where you can just browse for an hour and have a sit down in the cafe and have a cup of tea. Places like waterstones are great for new book, and books that sell well, but foyles always seems to have a much wider range of titles, and sell books that you'd never find anywhere else. A real treasure!.… more”