Tuesday, January 03, 2012
The Montague Bookmill
Happy new year all! This New Year's Eve we ventured out to a cozy spot I've been wanting to explore for awhile, The Montague Bookmill. I'd been spotting bumper stickers around town that said "books you don't need in a place you can't find", so naturally I was intrigued. The place lived up to it's great tag line.
Montague is an adorable little town tucked away on the Sawmill River. The old mill building turned book store/restaurant/art gallery is just what you'd expect; gorgeous exposed wood beams, giant windows looking out over the rapids, and great little architectural details all over the place.
We had brunch in The Lady Killigrew Cafe overlooking the water.
After brunch we explored the book store with it's large stacks and little reading nooks tucked away all over the place.
I picked up a new title by friend Leo Landry, can't wait to read it to Tilly when she's older.
She couldn't wait to get home to start reading.
I wonder who she takes after.
On our way out we went by The Night Kitchen Restaurant. They were closed but we're excited to check it out on our next visit!