Ria's Blue Bird

421 Memorial Dr SE AtlantaGA30312
Closed
Sunday
8:00am-3:00pm
Monday
8:00am-3:00pm
Tuesday
8:00am-3:00pm
Wednesday
8:00am-3:00pm
Thursday
8:00am-3:00pm
Friday
8:00am-3:00pm
Saturday
8:00am-3:00pm
Payment Methods: Visa, MasterCard, Cash
Average Rating
4
Total Reviews
(112)
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Not Recommended 0
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Description

Ria's Blue Bird can be found at Memorial Dr Se 421. The following is offered: Restaurants: Breakfast. The entry is present with us since Sep 9, 2010 and was last updated on Nov 14, 2013. In Atlanta there are 24 other Restaurants: Breakfast . An overview can be found here.
by opendius on June 19, 2015 from opendius

Tips

The Extras: After a hearty meal, work off the extras carbs with a stroll through scenic Oakland Cemetary.
by ezlocal on December 01, 2013 from ezlocal
Parking: There is a small lot, plus plenty of street parking in the neighborhood.
by ezlocal on December 01, 2013 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

Ria's Bluebird Restaurant Review:
Serving breakfast all day, Ria’s also offers lunch and closes at 3 p.m. But we advise going early, as the lines can get long on weekends and some items are apt to run out, such as the grits. Usually, we can get our eggs softly poached (although sometimes the kitchen will overshoot the mark) and perch them atop the good grits with spicy cream gravy. House-made sausage will come too cooked, in...
by gayot on November 03, 2016 from gayot
Ria's serves breakfast all day until it closes at 3 p.m., so you can get up late and still get into eggs or biscuits and gravy. Pancakes and sausage will keep you going most of the day. Inventive sandwiches---how 'bout a Reuben made from… Read More
by ezlocal on December 01, 2013 from ezlocal
It’s a “hippie-happy” scene at this “small” Cabbagetown diner opposite Oakland Cemetery known for “wallet-friendly”, all-day breakfasts served in “massive” portions, highlighted by some “crazy-good” buttermilk pancakes; “hipster” staffers, “long waits”, “no-frills” decor and “unpretentious” crowds are all part of the “funky” experience.
by zagat on November 21, 2013 from zagat
Sure, the flat top-wearing Ria Pell’s bulky tattooed arms can intimidate. But those same arms create acclaimed grub with both old-school Southern charm and timely accents. The New York Times calls her buttermilk pancakes the “world’s best.” Concoctions like her house-roasted beef sandwich and veggie-friendly fare draw both Whole Foods-shopping families and touring rock acts. Combat calories...
by blackbookmag on June 21, 2011 from blackbookmag

Information from the business

From Berlin to San Francisco, Ria's cooking has gained a cult following for her gourmet Southern classics in the heart of the ATL.
by cityvoter on July 03, 2013 from cityvoter