A casual diner done up in cabin motifs and murals by local artists. This breakfast and lunch joint is doing Southern grub right with fish and grits, biscuits, and huevos. They've also got a lot of vegetarian options if you're looking for some country fried tempeh.
Right across the street from the Oakland Cemetery and nestled in between Tin Lizzy’s and Republic Social House sits Ria’s Bluebird, which offers an eclectic assortment of menu options that you won’t find at most other breakfast spots. While you can expect classic morning meals like breakfast sandwiches and buttermilk biscuits, you can also look forward to trying some of Ria’s more experimental options, like the Tofu Scramble (black beans, spicy tofu cubes, broccoli, grilled tomato, pickled red ion, and vegan cilantro pesto), the Bluebird Burrito (two scrambled eggs, skillet potatoes, white cheddar, black beans, flour tortilla, salsa verde, and sour cream), or the unique assortment of syrups (including vanilla bean and lavender). For vibes that are equally as good the food, make sure you pay Ria’s Bluebird a visit.