Cajun hash, waffles and bicuits excellent burritos good too. Great coffee hectic and noisy but overall great place!
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We discovered this gem after a morning hike at nearby Trustom Pond. A Cajun inspired diner in RI? Intriguing. We were pleasantly surprised by a great breakfast of Jumbalaya Hash and Eggs and an order of the Crawfish Omelette. Both were well prepared and hit...More
Me and my wife review this quaint breakfast/lunch restaurant in Wakefield, RI. Definitely stop in for a great breakfast. My wife tried the Bluebird Muffin sandwich and grits, I tried the breakfast burrito with homefries and toast. Both of our selections were great, packed with...More
On the road and decided to stop in for a late breakfast. It was towards the end of their closing time. Small place with not a lot of seating. Three people were at the register and not one acknowledged us. It was our first time....More
I read about Bluebird on Tripadvisor and went in on a Sat for the Jambalaya Hash. We had to wait for a table when we arrived but since the Bluebird is fast and efficient, we did not wait long for a table. The servers were...More
One of the best breakfast places in town. Before going to college I used to come here for family breakfasts and the service is quick, careful and friendly. The food is great, especially the omelets with a side of home fries...they're one of a kind....More
My Sunday morning go-to spot, but great and day of the week. On Friday nights they make a jambalaya rivaled only in New Awleans. But the real deal is they take the leftovers on Sunday mornings and make jambayala hash. The chef there is eclectic...More