The Stanford Bookstore Café is open daily for your convenience with an assortment of snacks and drinks,…More including ice cream and smoothies.
Located on the second level of the bookstore, the café offers bagels for breakfast, sandwiches and wraps for lunch, and 50-cent coffee every day.
Enjoy eating in the indoor mezzanine dining area, or have your meal delivered. Cardinal lunch boxes are available and can be sent anywhere on the Stanford University campus. Call or fax in your order by 10am for same-day delivery.
The Stanford Bookstore is as impressive as the rest of the university. With a courtyard-style entryway…More and an expansive selection of merchandise, the three-level store is like a small mall. In addition to books and supplies, there are tantalizing displays of fun and interesting gift items. On the upper tier, there is a cafe with plenty of seating, restrooms, a computer store and Stanford apparel and gifts.
Stanford Bookstore ships worldwide and offers a catalogue for long-distance shopping. It partners with Apple and HP for its computer store products. Purchase of Apple software is limited to Stanford ID holders, though anyone may buy accessories.
El Dorado Trading Group Inc 760 San Antonio Rd, Palo Alto, CA94303 El Dorado Tranding Group is a provider of computer equipment and accessories to college bookstores and office suppliers.…More It works exclusively with retailers. Interested parties can create an account to access the website for deals on office and student supplies.
Books Inc. 855 El Camino Real Ste 33, Palo Alto, CA94301
Books Inc. brings to Palo Alto "The West's Oldest Independent Bookseller." Its history, according to the…More bookseller, can be traced back to 1851, when Anton Roman struck it rich during the Gold Rush and opened up a bookstore. After a series of monumental events (including the store being bought, sold, burned, and rebuilt), the store became Books Inc. There are now several locations, including the one in Palo Alto. The bookseller features fiction, non-fiction, magazines, and children's books. Book club meetings and book signings are also held in stores.
Klutz 450 Lambert Ave, Palo Alto, CA94306 Klutz is a children's how-to book company that was opened in 1977 in Palo Alto by three Stanford University graduates.…More Originally a juggling book company, Klutz has now expanded to make fun and detailed how-to kits for everything from magic tricks to jewelry making for children and teens. Klutz's books are special because they include appropriate tools, for example, beads for a beading kit and a yo-yo for a yo-yo how-to guide. While Klutz does not have its own physical storefront, you may order its products online, request a catalogue, or find a local bookstore or toy shop that offers Klutz books.