E-commerce giant Amazon is dipping its toes in “IRL” shopping by launching a bookstore in Lakeview, the retailer’s first store in Chicago and fifth in the country.

The store, which opens Tuesday, March 21, is opening despite pushback from a group of Chicago book shops that banded together as the Chicagoland Independent Bookstore Alliance, the Chicago Tribune reports. The group is now focusing more on promoting independent, neighborhood bookstores in Chicago.

Opening in the 3400 block of North Southport Avenue, the 6,000-square-foot store will include a Stumptown Coffee Roasters and outdoor seating. The store will stock 3,800 titles, which pales the online counterpart’s seemingly bottomless selection.

Will shoppers go to the Amazon store when they can have any books they want—plus groceries and nearly anything else—shipped to their doors for free in two days via Prime? Jennifer Cast, vice president of Amazon Books, admits the venture is “in diapers right now,” and the Chicago store will help determine if if the store has offline potential.