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Coryton Cove

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roberta
roberta
29 May 2015 16:55

Love at First Bite now open at Coryton Cove everyday from 10am hot and cold drinks, ice cream, sandwiches and hot food. Go on give them a try

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ThomasTheRymer
ThomasTheRymer
01 Jun 2015 18:24

Wasn't open yesterday. Went down specially

OurSoul
OurSoul
03 Jun 2015 11:26

The young ladies down there are doing a great job - I'm so pleased that we've got a decent cafe down there again.

ThomasTheRymer
ThomasTheRymer
08 Jun 2015 17:27

Wish they did real coffee. not instant. Only needa few cafetieres.  Apart from that it's nice to have a cafe there again.

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Andysport
Andysport
13 Jun 2015 19:12

Closed Thursday when we were down there

roberta
roberta
13 Jun 2015 20:57

Apparently it was because of the high winds and tides. They have a fb page Love at first bite

ZIGGY
ZIGGY
14 Jun 2015 14:45

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Good to see Love at First Bite open today.

Cafe's very busy in Piermont Place except Willo's which is closed.

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OurSoul
OurSoul
14 Jun 2015 17:20

I see that Tilly's Tearoom will be coming to Piermont Place some time soon. 

roberta
roberta
14 Jun 2015 18:52

Willos seems to be closed more than open

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willosindawlish
willosindawlish
15 Jun 2015 15:28

Sorry that some of you are disappointed that we have taken a week off. We have been open from the 8th Febuary, and have worked right through until last weekend. We didn't take a break after Easter so have decided to take some time out to recharge our batteries, visit our families, and generally rest. We have worked hard to achieve a top ten position on Trip Advisor, but have consistently remained at either no 3 or no 2, which we believe is to the good of Dawlish. We will be open again very soon and looking forward to seeing our regulars and working 7 days a week until September. 

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roberta
roberta
18 Jun 2015 08:59

Love At First Bite 8 mins · . I'm really really sorry but we're unable to open today at the cove! We aren't in the business of letting people down and I have really struggled to make this decision today.

OurSoul
OurSoul
19 Jun 2015 08:11

Unlike the letter writer in this weeks Gazette, I definitely don't want "free" Wifi installed at the new permenant cafe when it's built. 

 

Coryton Cove is an area for relaxation, watching the world go by, and friendly conversation with people around you.  You don't get that if your heads permanently bowed down and your eyes are squinting towards your smartphone. 

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burneside
burneside
19 Jun 2015 10:49

People will use their smartphone regardless of whether there is free wi-fi, and if they do, so what, how does that affect your enjoyment of the cove?

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wondering
wondering
19 Jun 2015 10:51

Agree. Cant believe they all sit on the beach glued to their phone....sad or what!! ..nobody talks to each other anymore on trains and anywhere you go.

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OurSoul
OurSoul
19 Jun 2015 20:55

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Please allow me to turn your question around Burneside. How does having "free" wifi enhance your enjoyment of the cove?

burneside
burneside
20 Jun 2015 12:56

@OurSoul

I rarely buy the paper version of a newspaper these days, instead preferring to read the news online (more up-to-date you know), and that includes using my smartphone when out and about.  I've even been guilty of doing that down at the cove, but then it's no different to having my head buried in a book or newspaper, which is a pretty popular pastime for beachgoers.

Anyway, the provision of wi-fi at Coryton Cove is irrelevant to me, my phone signal works fine there, and the data allowance is more than enough for my needs, even reading newspapers online.

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