Feldman’s Books relocates to Curtis St. in downtown Menlo Park
Some stories do have happy endings. Such is the case with Feldman’s Books that opened today at 1075 Curtis St. in downtown Menlo Park behind the Bank of the West.
It’s former location at 1170 El Camino Real is being torn down to be replaced by a three-story apartment building.
Jack Feldman (pictured) was still unloading boxes this afternoon when we stopped in and reminded him that Feldman’s was one of the first local businesses to be covered on InMenlo soon after its founding in 2009.
He agreed that the silver lining to the new location is that it will likely attract a lot more walk-in foot traffic.
Feldman’s is open seven days a week from Noon to 5:00 pm.
Photo by Linda Hubbard (c) 2021
Ardan Michael Blum August 10, 2021 at 8:45 pm
This is great news. So so glad a non woke bookstore is setting up. (That politically correct bookstore near the station is such a sad reflection of art and culture. You get sections by writers based on color or their sexual fluidity; pathetic times).
Becca August 12, 2021 at 6:48 pm
You must not know Jack at all. He has had a bookstore in Menlo Park over 20 years so he isn’t just now “setting up.” He is a progressive environmentalist. His store on El Camino had women’s studies, lgbtq, black history sections too. Maybe you should read a book not written by a straight, white male and gain some empathy for experiences of others not like yourself. You sound pathetic.