I really enjoying spending time in this Barnes and Noble. The store is well organized into several large areas, compartmentalizing relevant sections. The children's area, for example, is in an appropriate area, and the cafe is separated from the merchanidise via an elevated platform and a rail. There are 2 floors of books, with both an elevator and escalator (and stairs) for access. Upstairs is very comfortable, with both stand-alone chairs and desks for book enjoyment- I never feel pressured to leave early. The selection is fairly good, especially the cooking and philosophy sections. The staff is sometimes helpful, sometimes indifferent. The cafe offers Starbucks beverages and a comfortable place to study- not too many loud teenagers here as opposed to Borders. Overall, I enjoy this site and frequent it whenever I am in the area.