Blue Moon Grill

The breakfast and lunch cafe celebrates its one year anniversary.

One year ago, the Blue Moon Grill opened in Wakefield on Main St., across from the former Post Office, serving both breakfast and lunch in the small, cozy, and clean café. For about $10-12 per person, you can enjoy a delicious, home-cooked breakfast or lunch. 

Chef Vinny Chiuchido said he wants you to come in and try out his recipes. "We've gotten really good over the past year," he said enthusiastically.

Not in the mood for the usual bacon and eggs? Check out the menu board written high on the wall in colorful chalk, above an open, framed window to the kitchen where you can watch your meal (or someone else's) being prepared. Creative specials like Italian stuffed French Toast are listed, alongside Irish eggs Benedict and Cordon Bleu Crepes, and more. 

When you’re looking for a treat, call a friend (or two) and enjoy one of these customer favorites: Sweet Potato Omelet ($8.50) with carmelized onions, cheddar cheese, with a tarragon glaze; a Breakfast Burrito ($6.95) black beans, onions, cheese, peppers, and eggs wrapped in a tortillo; or for lunch, Chicken Broccoli with Cream Sauce ($8.95). 

But don't ask us. A waitress, Jill, said, "Vinny makes the best around!"

Who needs to cook when Vinny is ready and waiting to cook for you? Make Vinny happy and try out the Blue Moon Grill.

Laurie Hunt February 04, 2011 at 05:31 AM
Blue Moon has been open for several years now - just new owners. I have been here 2-3 times with the new owners and have been very happy with my meals and service! This is my parents favorite place to take my daughters to breakfast in my neighborhood!
Jenny February 08, 2011 at 02:51 AM
Just to let you know my husband gets the biscuits and gravy once a week they have not been discontinued and vinnys homeade home fries are amazing. My new favorite is rasberry bliss pancakes another one of vinnys endless creations. The service is unbelievable that coupled with amazing food...it doesnt get better than the Blue Moon.
Simon February 09, 2011 at 12:25 AM
had brunch there last sunday--huge portions and great food in wakefield! a must try!!
Angie D. March 21, 2011 at 09:52 PM
I adore the Blue Moon Grill. I go almost every weekend for breakfast. They have really nice gourmet food at affordable prices- and WAY MORE vegetarian options than any other breakfast place in the area! I love all the crepe, pancake, and waffle options for when I'm in a sweets mood- but they also have some really healthy options too, like the Sunrise Burrito. The eggs Florentine here is the bet I've ever had.
Nancy March 24, 2011 at 04:35 PM
I recant my previous statement. Evidently the new management at Blue Moon makes all the difference. I returned to give them another chance and they do have the biscuits and sausage gravy (which was great), the potatoes (which were okay) and their service is in a new class of its own (great). Definitely check it out! :)


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