The Tewksbury Patch has a very interesting story in its business beat section today – “A Novel Cafe: A Novel Idea” –
Look for a new store to be opening in the next few weeks at 464 Main St. in Tewksbury.
A Novel Café, the brainchild of Marc and Leisa Ginsburg, is an independent bookstore and coffee shop. Apart from a selection of books and magazines, the location also will have a gift shop and a café.
The cafe – located in refurbished historical building, the Hardy-Pike house, built in 1740 – is a gem and the third oldest building in town. With its location it’s no surprise that the building was an important way station for stagecoaches travelling between Boston and Nashua, NH.
Plans for the new enterprise make it look like an inviting and comfortable place for locals and visitors, book lovers and coffee cravers and those who appreciated saved and restored buildings with a touch of local history.
Stay tuned as we follow A Novel Cafe until the doors open and beyond. The Ginsbergs are important players in Tewksbury town and civic life. We anticipate many events and community activities at the Cafe – novel and otherwise.
Check out the story here at the Tewksbury Patch.