Fells Point cafe fills niche with pleasing, cheap fare

Blue Moon's breakfast is worth the wait

January 16, 2003|By Karen Nitkin | Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN

For a Sunday morning, our 25-minute wait at the Blue Moon Cafe wasn't bad. In the 6 1/2 years since it opened, this cozy Fells Point cafe has become something of an institution, with customers gladly waiting an hour or more for tables, especially on the weekends.

One reason for the wait is that the place is so small, with only 10 tables jammed into its wood-floored, blue-walled space. Another - more important - reason is that Blue Moon fills a niche, serving enormous, dirt-cheap breakfasts that put lots of diner fare to shame.

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