Eureka Cafe for sale

Discussion in 'General Cycling Discussions' started by Freds Dad, 6 Jan 2019.

  1. Slow But Determined

    Slow But Determined Nid Yw Cymru Ar Werth!

    If taking the Millennium Greenway please pay special attention to loose dogs and owners who don't control them and people walking in a day dream whilst staring at their phone and sporting headphones.
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  2. dodgy

    dodgy Guru

    Quite, it's not a cycling only facility.
  3. nickyboy

    nickyboy Norven Mankey

    Maybe the I'll giveGreenway a try on the 2020 Llandudno ride for a change. Seems to have decent cafe options and it avoids the busy stretch near Cheshire Oaks
  4. Slow But Determined

    Slow But Determined Nid Yw Cymru Ar Werth!

    Nickyboy, it is mainly busy on the stretch from Mickle Trafford to Blacon, once you get past the Saughall turn off it quietens down. Also in the summer St. Barts church just off the Greenway do refreshments at a fraction of the cost of cycling cafes. They put a sign on the Greenway when they are open.
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  5. si_c

    si_c Veteran

    That was another thing I was thinking about was that busy bit between CO and the Capenhurst turnoff, it's really busy and not everybody is comfortable riding that section. As @Slow But Determined says, it is really busy between Mickle Trafford and Blacon, but I've never had any problems riding that section as long as you take care and are courteous - besides even if it's not totally clear you can motor along quite nicely as all the dog walkers congregate in groups while their mutts get their mutt on.
  6. straas

    straas Über Member

    I really like it in there, decent coffee, some bike spares available and decent food.

    Most importantly you don't feel out of place in lycra, and don't have to gingerly ask for a water bottle fill.
  7. Slow But Determined

    Slow But Determined Nid Yw Cymru Ar Werth!

    I suppose the other advantage of using the Greenway is that if you stay on it, it brings you to the river crossing at Hawarden Bridge to pick up the coast road.
  8. GuyBoden

    GuyBoden Fat, old bloke, on an old bike, pedalling slowly.

    Many local cyclists still do a monthly pilgrimage to the Eureka (especially in the summer), personally I think the location near very busy roads is off putting for cyclists, but the roads were probably very quite during it's 1950's heyday. Best of luck to any new owners, Cafes seem to be very popular businesses at the moment, they are springing up everywhere.
  9. dodgy

    dodgy Guru

    Fast forward to 1:22:00 to hear a piece about the cafe, reporter on site with a couple of customers. It was live on air this morning.
    MartinQ likes this.
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