National Hospitality Day – Your Favorite Coffee Shop in Bolton

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CAFÉS were forced to close after the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, but 18 months later, as life returns to a new normal, they need all the help they can get to keep customers coming back.

Ahead of National Hospitality Day on Saturday, The Bolton News asked readers what their favorite restaurant, hotel, pub and cafe were in their area and today their favorite cafe takes center stage.

Favorites included Reading Room Café, Odessa and Bakers Edgerton.

Here are the answers :

Jasmine Coleman said: “The food and cakes at Reading Room Coffee Shop and Bar are amazing, but more importantly, the community spirit.”

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Sara Jayne Lobley said: “Reading Room Cafe & Bar and Barlow Edgworth, great coffee cakes.”

Alison Downs said: “Rainy’s (Deakins Park) is by far the friendliest cafe and great cakes, coffees, waffles, ice cream.”

Kathryn Murray said: “The Coffee Shop in Heaton is the best! Jonathan and Diane and the rest of their staff are brilliant and very welcoming.

“The food is delicious, everything is locally sourced. The vibe in the cafe will be hard to beat, just a superb spot with coffee, a bacon sandwich and a slice of Diane’s homemade cake. ”

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Rachel O’Neill said: “Lenny’s cafe in Little Lever. It is an absolutely lovely place to eat. The food is not overpriced, the staff are pleasant and friendly.

“Daily specials are always inexpensive and there is a donation where you can put money, and it goes to a person who is in need.

Denise Farmer said: “Blue Cafe Farnworth their best latte, good big breakfasts and friendly staff.”

Deborah Mackenzie said, “Chill @ the Cowshed in Horwich. Such lovely staff, quirky decor, very welcoming to babies and children and a great selection of hot and cold food as well as cakes. My friends and I often call there with our little ones and are always well received.

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Bryony-anne Jackson said, “The Coffee Shop in Heaton is so accommodating when it comes to food allergies and intolerances and their homemade soup is delicious.

Lee Cole said: “Odessa Cafe in town amazing food and amazing prices for what you get amazing staff also nothing is ever too much love the place.”

Deb Herd said: “The Bridge Café in Haulgh, so welcoming, always smiling from the staff, they have free Wi-Fi so you can even work from there too. The food is delicious, fresh and plentiful. I highly recommend it.

Let us know when you will be going on Saturday for National Hospitality Day.


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