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Blueberry's Bakery & Cafe

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1500 W Littleton Blvd
Littleton, CO 80120
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(303) 798-7117
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Bakeries , Grocery Stores , Restaurants

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Best

One of the best things about blueberry's is the staff. From knowing the customer's names, to the amazing personalities of the people, who most have been working there for years, ...

Worst

Before you dismiss this as a shallow attempt at revenge by a former employee, I must say that the food is actually pretty good, albeit overpriced. I was an in-and-out employee, t...

what is this person's problem? 7/27/2010

One of the best things about blueberry's is the staff. From knowing the customer's names, to the amazing personalities of the people, who most have been working there for years, blueberry's staff is top notch. Every business hires the wrong person occasionally, I'm sure that is the reason this person only lasted a month. It's too bad that some people always have to blame others for their own failures. Pros: Just about everything Cons: just about nothin more

An Insider's Review of An Overrated Dive 6/5/2010

Before you dismiss this as a shallow attempt at revenge by a former employee, I must say that the food is actually pretty good, albeit overpriced. I was an in-and-out employee, the kind the long-term employees forget after about 2 days or so. Thank God for that. I only wish I could erase my experience at that place from my memory. First off, everyone who knows anything about food knows that the best places are the little independent restaurants. Period. Places like Applebees are strictly for those with no originality and no pallette. That being said, the only thing worse than all that corporate crap is an independent small town minor league businessman with delusions of grandeur, thinking he's creating the next Starbucks or Panera bread, right next to a paint shop, a used record store, and a Family Dollar. The guy had a chance to build a really cool little coffee shop with some taste, maybe bring in local music, stuff like that. Instead, we have a soulless wannabe corporate dump, run by one of the most soulless and despicable human beings I have ever met. I knew I was in trouble as soon as I began to see what I bitchy micromanager he was. He would even go so far as to badger employees in the middle of a business rush, breaking their concentration. He cared about the most idiotic and inconsequential details that no one in their right mind would even bother to notice. He bullied the young girl who worked their into tears, and drove just about every employee out in a matter of weeks. I have been told that's pretty much the way it goes there. He overcharges for food, and by the way, his recipes are all deliberate immitations of stuff made at other places--Starbucks, Einstein Brothers, Panera, ect. with a few exceptions. Worst of all, he favored the ass-kissing employees over anyone else. Anyone who kissed his ass and towed the phony corporate line he had going on in his head was magically treated better, while anyone with enough dignity not to do that got pestered over meaningless crap that had zero effect on the business. And, of course, he's one of hose guys with an ingenious ability to defend his own actions when questioned on them. I left after about one month of that crap. The Upside: I heard from a regular customer that he was once married to some Russian chick who was about half his age. She stayed married to him just long enough to divorce him and be allowed to stay in the country and take half his money. That's hilarious. Another thing he doesn't know is that a competitor from somewhere else in the city paid one of his pet buttkisser cooks a hundred bucks for his recipes and got them. If you want good food and coffee contribute your money to someone else's business, and whatever you do, don't ask for an application. Just friendly advice. --A Barista Pros: I don't work there anymore Cons: I used to work there. more

A wonderful place 7/2/2009

what an inviting, warm and comfy atmospher - everyone respectful - kind and prompt - excellent food and drinks Pros: employees very friendly Cons: ZERO more

Very Nice 2/8/2009

Very nice place to dine with wonderful service.\r Easy to get to, is in a not so great looking mall (same mall as SAVERS)\r but easy to find. \r Plenty of parking.\r Great menu.\r Great prices. Pros: Parking; menu; prices. Cons: Poor looking mall area. more

Very Cool Place! Great casual food & amazing espresso bar, with bakery 12/14/2007

Blueberry's has the best customer service around. Put that together with a cool atmosphere including terrific music, free wifi, a big conference table for meetings, and plenty of room with leather furniture, and you have one of the best venues to take a friend or client. The food is casual, but homemade and really terrific. Breakfast & lunch with stuff you just don't find elsewhere like chunky cranberry chicken salad, asian bistro salad (one of my favorites), or their amazing lobster bisque soup. Try this restaurant in old town Littleton, they'll treat you like gold and serve you well done espresso drinks and terrific food. Pros: ez parking, GREAT staff, innovative and tasty menu Cons: dumpy mall, a little hard to find more
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