eccles family-run cafe

A new Eccles family-run café has found its feet despite enduring a global pandemic.

The new family-run business, Nineteen cafe opened its doors to tier 3 service on November 30 on Eccles New Road, not far from Salford Gems, MediaCity and Salford Quays.

Demi Graves said: “We couldn’t believe it, because of the situation that’s going on we didn’t think it would do well.

“The community in the area have come together, there’s been a lot of word of mouth and had lots of recommendations.”

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Nineteen Cafe, Rijo Brand Coffee

The Kersal family have been on the hunt for potential café properties for over a year.

It was Autumn when they stumbled across their dream café plot in Eccles.

But, the owner, Patrick Doyle was advised against the idea.

Demi Graves said, “They did say to him ( Patrick Doyle) it would be suitable for a cafe.

“But, he saw the potential it could have and he knew there was nothing like this in the area.”


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Unfortunately, Nineteen Cafe will join many businesses in Greater Manchester tied to the tier 3 restrictions. This means local businesses must resort to takeaways and the “Click and Collect” service.

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