Limestone Coffee & Tea's original location was at the corner of River and Wilson streets, right in downtown…More Batavia.
It is a cool, eclectic coffee house that offers hand-crafted coffees, teas and espressos at reasonable prices.
The owners are in search of a new location in Batavia.
Batavia Riverwalk Houston St & N Island Ave, Batavia, IL60510 Built over six years and using primarily volunteers, Riverwalk is one of Batavia's proudest and prettiest locations.…More Starting at Houston Street, the path follows the river and ends at the Batavia Government Center. Paddleboats are available for use during the warm months, and in cold months there is an access point for an outdoor ice skating rink when the water freezes. Along the trail are benches, picnic areas, a playground and many sightseeing points of interest.
The Barber Shop 12 S River St, Batavia, IL60510 The Barber Shop offers basic haircuts and facial grooming for men. It is located downtown on the east side of River…More Street.
This is a pick-up and drop-off location for U-Haul vehicles. It is located on Route 25 (River Street) in…More Batavia.
It offers pick up and drop off of trucks and trailers.
The U-Haul Company is a national chain of moving and storage supply companies. They offer small trucks, vans and trailers for moves. Rent in one location and drop off in act one of their many locations
Calling itself "Illinois' largest family entertainment center," Funway is the ultimate entertainment center featuring…More a 20-lane bowling alley, roller skating rink, laser tag, spin zone bumper cars, miniature golf, and more than 75 arcade games. Funway has both indoor and outdoor activities for the entire family on more than five acres.
Funway has a long history with Batavia having started as a small indoor go-kart track in downtown Batavia in 1959, founded by Richard and Joy Buri. The track was moved to South River Street in the early 60s, about 1/2 mile north of the current location.
Logan Street Baptist Church 908 N River St, Batavia, IL60510 This small church overlooks the Fox River, serving a primarily African-American congregation of about 135. "We enter to…More worship and depart to serve" is Rev. Newell's philosophy.