Part of the magic of this store is the store itself.
Built in 1890, it's full of beautiful layers of brick and plaster. The open air lift, with gears and ropes exposed. The stairs, worn smooth and rounded, dipping in mid-tread. Hard wood floors with light leaks form the lower floor peeking through. It's magic I tell you. I especially love the large upstairs windows with their light flowing in and view of the square.
This place is a treasure.