Tuesday, December 22, 2015
Bluebird Coffee Shop has closed on East 1st Street
[Photo by Marjorie Ingall]
Multiple EVG readers noted that Bluebird Coffee Shop has closed on East First Street between First Avenue and Second Avenue.
The note on the door says that the shop will reopen with new ownership and a new identity.
If the space remains a coffee shop... then it will be the third coffee spot here in the past six years. The Bluebird Coffee Shop opened in November 2009 ... and in late 2011 the folks behind Ditmas Park-based Cafe Madeline took over the space.
It's a competitive little area for coffee... you have Juicy Lucy on one side... and Juice Press on the other (JP sells cold-brewed coffee and a few lattes)... and Mudspot Café/Mud Park right across the street.
Posted by Grieve at 4:23 AM
Labels: Bluebird, coffee shops, restaurant closings
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The staff were always rude when I went in. Maybe hire nicer people? I'm not talking Southern fake nice. Just basic manners and customer service.
The Tuck Shop has some good coffee too.
The staff were often rude but the coffee was really, REALLY good. I'm bummed -- I'm a super-critical coffee consumer!
Good riddance, that place was pretentious. I don't want that bullshit when I'm getting coffee.
Rude, and $10 credit card minimum.
Good coffee, but I agree, generally a bored/snobby barista vibe. Ugh.
Totally disagree with complaints... Generally highly efficient female baristas...and their secret weapon- an amazing baker. Bluebird will be missed!
I loved the blue bird and many a good time was spent there. Barista code forever.
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