Indiana Culinary Trails

Stop 23: Hoosier Pie™ Trail

The Bluebird Restaurant

The Bluebird was originally opened by Zella Irwin in the late 1930s, just down the street from our present location. She moved the location to what is now a coffee shop in the mid-1940s. Our little restaurant has changed hands a number of times in its more than 80 years of operation. The Tracy family took charge in May of 1972, and we're still proud to be a part of Morristown family traditions. Paired with the Longbranch saloon, located directly behind the restaurant, our facility is a great place to come to chill out with family or friends. In the bar, restaurant food is available during regular hours as well as a range of tasty bar food options. You'll also enjoy five TVs, a pool table, free Wi-FI, and a smoke-free environment, though smokers are welcome to indulge on our outdoor patio.

Hours of Operation

Monday - Saturday

6 AM - 9PM

Sunday

7AM - 3PM

General Dining

Credit Cards: All Major Credit Cards Accepted

Meals Served: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner

Dining Classification: Family

Cost: $15 and Under

Menu Style: American

Alcohol Served: Yes Beer, Wine, Liquor

Separate Bar Area: Yes

Largest Group Served: 200+

Meeting Room Capacity: 72 People

Discounts: N/A

Entertainment: N/A

Local / Organic: Lard is from Centerville and Chicken from local farm in Greensburg.

Diet Specific: N/A

Exterior

Parking: Large Parking Lot across the Street

Handicapped Accessible: YES

Interior

Seating: Tables and Bar

Hostess on Duty: YES

Gift Shop / Products for Sale: NO

Recommended Dishes

A family style fine dining restaurant, known for its famous pan fried chicken, pork tenderloin sandwich, delicious filet mignon, and fresh seafood. Homemade pies are made and served daily: Sugar Cream, Chocolate Chip, Apple, Cherry, Cream, Rhubarb, Gooseberry and more!


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