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Re: Bluebird

Post by pingpong » Sun 28th Jul 2019 10:44 am

Hello people,

I went to BlueBird this weekend and see Ingi (ex Utopia) is now working here.
I spoke with her and she looks happy and likes the place.


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Re: Bluebird

Post by CopenhagenCouple » Sun 28th Jul 2019 12:15 pm

pingpong wrote:
Sun 28th Jul 2019 10:44 am
Hello people,

I went to BlueBird this weekend and see Ingi (ex Utopia) is now working here.
I spoke with her and she looks happy and likes the place.
Sweet, that is good news 😁
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Re: Bluebird

Post by Not_the_monk » Sun 28th Jul 2019 05:31 pm

Indeed, excellent news, Ingi was always one of the soundest budtenders around and an undoubted asset to any shop, will genuinely make more of an effort to pass by Bluebird on my next trip if she's on staff there.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by FODSmith » Sun 28th Jul 2019 07:27 pm

I haven't bothered with the Bluebird in recent visits, and frankly the only smoke they had that I went for was the water-pressed hash (though I liked the flavoured coffees), but shall definitely look in next time. Good to hear this.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by RoMoney » Mon 29th Jul 2019 10:08 am

Good news and the new look Bluebird is great, better layout downstairs and they got rid of the suicide stairs.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by FODSmith » Mon 29th Jul 2019 12:13 pm

But those stairs had tradition! Did they replace them with a rope, abandoning all pretence of graduated ascent, or are you just supposed to take a deep toke and float elegantly upwards?

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Re: Bluebird

Post by RoMoney » Mon 29th Jul 2019 01:40 pm

FODSmith wrote:
Mon 29th Jul 2019 12:13 pm
But those stairs had tradition!
Love it :lol: vintage ACD......."we hate suicide stairs"....stairs removed......"but suicide stairs have so much nostalgia" :mrgreen:
FODSmith wrote:
Mon 29th Jul 2019 12:13 pm
Did they replace them with a rope, abandoning all pretence of graduated ascent, or are you just supposed to take a deep toke and float elegantly upwards?
They actually made it a much more gradual ascent and the steps are way wider. The start of the stairs is closer to the entrance if that make sense.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by FODSmith » Mon 29th Jul 2019 05:12 pm

I wasn't being entirely serious. But has anyone noticed that at 1e Hulp, after months of renovation, the steps remained exactly as they were? There are hardly very many of them -- maybe six to the higher level, and five to the lower one, but they're irritatingly irregularly spaced.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by RoMoney » Mon 29th Jul 2019 06:40 pm

Tbf I was a big fan of the old Bluebird so was sceptical about the renovations, but I think they've upgraded it while retaining some of the original feel.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by RoMoney » Mon 5th Aug 2019 08:49 pm

FODSmith wrote:
Mon 29th Jul 2019 12:13 pm
Did they replace them with a rope, abandoning all pretence of graduated ascent, or are you just supposed to take a deep toke and float elegantly upwards?
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Re: Bluebird

Post by FODSmith » Tue 6th Aug 2019 09:12 am

Wow. I probably shouldn't speak too soon, but that may be the first example of a renovated coffeeshop I've seen that's actually an improvement on what went before.

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Re: Bluebird

Post by RoMoney » Tue 6th Aug 2019 01:49 pm

FODSmith wrote:
Tue 6th Aug 2019 09:12 am
Wow. I probably shouldn't speak too soon, but that may be the first example of a renovated coffeeshop I've seen that's actually an improvement on what went before.
Not to mention the great new staff ;)

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Re: Bluebird

Post by macky » Tue 6th Aug 2019 08:17 pm

pingpong wrote:
Sun 28th Jul 2019 10:44 am
Hello people,

I went to BlueBird this weekend and see Ingi (ex Utopia) is now working here.
I spoke with her and she looks happy and likes the place.
looking at my apartment location..I,m half way between Het Balloon and Bluebird 8) can,t wait to see Ingi :D

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Re: Bluebird

Post by RvanSteensel » Thu 8th Aug 2019 09:46 am

best news ive heard all year
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Re: Bluebird

Post by Lafe » Thu 8th Aug 2019 11:54 pm

FODSmith wrote:
Tue 6th Aug 2019 09:12 am
Wow. I probably shouldn't speak too soon, but that may be the first example of a renovated coffeeshop I've seen that's actually an improvement on what went before.
Rookies reno is fabulous.
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