Blue Jay Café is a family-friendly lunch, brunch and dinner restaurant. Featuring local artists painting on our walls, our atmosphere has a fun and lively vibe for everyone.
I dunno. Meh.
Nice light inside and a back patio to sit when it's warm. Southern Should food and a chill atmosphere. Good alternative to the All The New Fancy Places™. And, it's been there for over 10 years.
Chicken fried steak that's better than Cracked Barrel, which means it's amazing
loved the crabcakes for brunch!
Best fried chicken and pot roast in the city. Half priced bottles of wine on Tuesdays.
Biscuits are hard and chewy, don't order them!
Never ever forever
As much as it pains me to say this, chicken and waffle fail.
Empty on a Friday night. Food hit or miss
House-made sausage sandwich. No regrets.
House-made hot sauce is off the chain. Put it on everything!
Stick to the staples and do not get the crab cake Benedict...
4 sides for $10! Amazing! Delicious. I wish I lived here!
Owen rates the waffles as the best he's ever had. Ha. With fried chicken. Corn muffin is worth the trip. The cafe was packed on Sunday morning. Coffee is great..
Their salmon benedict with spinach is absolutely delicious! Especially since they use their homemade biscuits.
Service and coffee really needs improvement.
Still waiting for my coffee...
Best burger in the city!
Pork is delicious and dollar pabsts on tuesdays!
Strawberry pancakes with strawberry butter!!!!! I dream about these now!
Try the Omelette with Chorizo
Mmmm, the beef stew is delicious!
Catfish sandwich and mac 'n' cheese!
Order the fried chicken a la carte...or with a waffle...
Saturday morning, Blue Jay biscuit sandwich with homefries, coffee, and 2 for 1 mimosas. Bring a friend or a little hair of the dog. For added pretension, bring the New Yorker.
biscuits are amazing. especially with bacon and egg.
get the corn bread...oh wait...they bring it out anyway.
order the Baltimore sandwich with avocado, rasberry pancake with strawberry butter
Eat the fried chicken w/ mac & cheese