Across the street from the British Columbia Aviation Museum, Mary's Bleue Moon Cafe makes a fine follow-up to a visit to the Museum. Thoroughly decorated inside with all manner of aviation memorabilia, (including a rotary engine hung on one wall) Mary's is a nice way to continue the experience and do something about lunch.
Friendly staff, plenty of comfortable seating and a serviceable menu. Nothing exotic but well prepared standards and fair variety on the menu. I got there at eleven thirty and the place promptly began filling with what appears to be a dedicated crowd of regulars, many of whom were greeted by name.
Prices seemed about average, my meal arrived quickly and hot. I don't think I'll be a regular but Mary's would be in consideration any time I'm out by the airport.
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