Welcome to Acworth Bookstore & Coffee Shop
The Acworth Bookstore is located right in the middle of Historic Downtown Acworth. We are dedicated to local history from the Civil War, all the way through current military history. Possessing rare and unique references and resources you won’t find anywhere else, we boast the largest inventory of the Arcadia Publishing series, Images of America. We also retain a wide variety of books on travel, self-help, collegiate sports, children’s series, local and national cookbooks, and the largest selection of Lodge cast-iron cookware.
Come in, have a cup of “the best coffee in Cobb County” in our in-house coffee shop, where you will find locally roasted organic coffees, teas and freshly baked desserts right from the neighborhood, all while you browse through our extensive inventory of books, maps, models (see our “Scale Models” page), prints and photographs.
Tuesday – Saturday 10.00 AM – 8.00 PM
Closed Sunday & Monday
Stop by for a cup of coffee and a bit of history.
In this title, evocative photographs of such breathtaking sights as Grand Canyon National Park, Kings River Canyon, and Yellowstone National Park are paired with quotes from a noted naturalist in this tribute to America’s national parks.
The reputation of Alexandre Dumas pere rests chiefly on his historical novels, especially The Three Musketeers. However, Dumas’s exuberance and vivid style found equal expression in numerous other works, and it was for his Grand Dictionnaire de Cuisine that Dumas himself particularly wished to be remembered.
Published posthumously in 1873, this vast and formidable work is a dictionary of culinary terms, recipes, and anecdotes, from ‘Absinth’ to ‘Zest’. The editors have selected and translated those pieces from the Dictionnaire that represent Dumas at his best, retaining all the color and delight of the original. This readable and informative work is further enhanced by a glossary describing the structure of French meals in the nineteenth century, the utensils and equipment used, as well as definitions of French cookery terms used in the text.
In New Orleans, it’s often been said that people don’t eat to live; they live to eat. Famous for its culinary delights and the pride it takes in its diverse culinary heritage, this is a city of food and a city for food-lovers. This gift cookbook is a collection of favorite seafood delights from world-renowned New Orleans restaurants and chefs. The 45 recipes compiled feature signature dishes, accompanied by history, stories, and photographs to make cooking New Orleans-style just what dining New Orleans-style has always been-an unforgettable, unmatchable experience. Kit Wohl is an author and artist with a passion for the culinary arts. She works with chefs, restaurants, and hotels across the country. Her other books, Arnaud’s Restaurant Cookbook and New Orleans Classic Desserts, published by Pelican, received national acclaim. Kit and her husband, Billy, live in the Big Easy with a trio of Abyssinian cats.
The name Vince Dooley is synonymous with “football” in the South. More recently, the retired University of Georgia head football coach is gaining renown as one of the region’s finest gardeners. Following the lead of his mentors, respected horticulturalists at the University of Georgia, Dooley has created a spectacular garden around the home that he and his wife Barbara have lived in since 1964. In Dooley’s Garden tells of Dooley’s twenty-year curiosity with gardening—satisfied by nothing short of a full-time commitment to the pursuit.
HARDCOVER/ NEW/ SIGNED BY VINCE DOOLEY/ PAINTINGS BY STEVE PENLEY
Irish Pubs In America: History, Lore and Recipes Hardcover – January 7, 2014 by Robert Meyers with Ron Wallace
Whether nestled on a corner in a quiet neighborhood or smack in the midst of the hustle and hurry-up of a busy city, the Irish pub has for centuries been a place of refuge and camaraderie. It is where friends congregate, new friendships are made and the impositions of the outside world are kept at bay. It is a phenomenon unique in history. Some Irish pubs have achieved cult status; others are hardly known save by the neighborhood regulars that frequent them. In the United States there are hundreds, if not thousands, of Irish pubs seeking to tap into the seemingly endless affection for all things Irish. Millions don the green on St. Patrick’s Day, or cheer the Fighting Irish of Notre Dame or stomp their feet to Irish tunes. It seems that nearly everyone wants to be Irish, if only for a moment. While there are Irish pubs virtually everywhere in the world, this book acknowledges the institution as it has developed in the United States. Hopefully, the reader will be led to a greater appreciation of Irish pubs wherever in the world they may be found. Even more importantly, Irish Pubs in America is a tribute to the amazing Irish immigrants who have contributed so much to our wonderful country; to our economy, to our culture and certainly to our politics, while simultaneously maintaining their strong sense of tradition. This 336-page, full color coffee table book features over fifty Irish pubs in the United States. In addition to the fabulous photographs, you can read about the rich history as well as some of the back stories of the pubs. As icing on the cake, you can try your hand at some of the delicious recipes that the pubs serve on a daily basis. Some of these recipes were handed down from relatives in Ireland.
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