If you’re in the Seattle area, you can shop for MarshMueller items at Ada’s Technical Books and Cafe!
Filed under: “I wish I lived in Seattle so I could go here every single day,” Ada’s was named after Ada Lovelace, who is said to be the very first computer programmer (in the 1800s!). The store not only houses new, used and ebooks, but also doubles as a cafe, co-working space on the second floor, and an event space.
The books lining the shelves of Ada’s will pique the interest of science enthusiasts and nerds alike- ranging from technical electronic manuals, computer guides, kids’ books, science fiction, biographies of scientists, and cookbooks complimenting the cafe and coffee offerings.
I mean, come on, wouldn’t you want to just buy all the things and stay there forever?!
Danielle, the co-owner was an electrical engineer before opening Ada’s, and the store regularly celebrates women in science and engineering.
Ada’s is definitely on my list to visit the next time I’m in Seattle- I’d better start saving for that shopping trip now!