We've been to bluebird multiple times since they've opened and it's become our default dinner spot if we don't know where to go. The food is great and the vegan options are some of the best you'll find, the beers are very good and to style, and the space is so cool that you forget you're in the valley and not in some European brewery cellar.
Food was great but the service was slow and it took a while to get cocktails/food once we finally ordered even tho the restaurant wasn’t that busy.
I went on a Saturday night. The noise was overwhelming even though the restaurant was about 85% full. Would not go back for this reason alone.
Initially, the service was slow, though once someone came over it was fine.
The Brussels sprouts were OK, well roasted but a bit too much vinegar.
The place joins the annoying LA trend of charging for bread by toasting it and putting it on the appetizer menu. The mussels were inconsistent: some huge and juicy, some tiny and dry. The sauce was tepid.
The fries that came with it were too thick and not crisp.
My friend had the steak frites and it was over cooked and drowned in sauce.
The green beans were perfect.
Very loud, more sports bar with TVs on than fine dining. Great vegatarian options, beer and cocktails. Great service, but very busy staff.
Great to have this place in the Valley. Only criticism is that the mussels are served in the lid of the mussel pot, rather than the base of the pot, i.e, the base is used for empty shells, rather than the lid. The lid is half the size of the base, resulting in very small servings of mussels!!! Nice trick but not appreciated as a fan of mussels who has eaten at French and Belgian brasseries all over the world.
Host and server were very helpful and service was excellent.
Really good four and drink. I’m glad they moved in to the neighborhood. We’ll definitely be back