Early Birds Breakfast | St. Louisville, OH



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8290 Mt. Vernon Rd. (map it!)
St. Louisville, OH 43071
(740) 745-2987

Open Wed-Fri, 5:30-11:30a; Sat & Sun, 7a-12:30p

Places like Early Bird Breakfast are the reason I got into food/travel writing in the first place. I’m formally trained as a historian, and so that impulse is always there: to seek, to explore, to discover. Finding spots like this recall the thrill of first starting the blog, when we would chase down little neighborhood diners that were only known by word of mouth.

To back up… a couple weeks ago we stayed in a treehouse at The Mohicans in Glenmont, Ohio (more on that soon). We like finding interesting stops on the way from point A to point B, and a couple folks have written me about this Early Birds Breakfast in St. Louisville. Seeing that our route took us in that general direction, we mapped our way there, making sure to arrive well before they closed at 12:30 that day. (They take the “early” in Early Birds seriously.)

We rolled up to cream-colored building with a little red and yellow sign, right next to Route 13 between Newark and Utica. We parked the van, stepped through the door, and discovered this: a bustling little diner packed with regulars.

One set of regulars, waiting by the door, told us we need to sign in on the white board and wait for a table. I signed us in, then one of the owners scooted over and asked to get her photo with the board.

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