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Within minutes of arriving at the Flying Biscuit, I was treated like a valued customer. A server helped me find a seat and then approached with a menu that has clearly been written with care. The menu is not just a list of breakfast and lunch dishes, but a report card of the Flying Biscuit’s history, showing influences from restaurants all over Atlanta, and other significant events and people.

FLING BISCUIT

Satisfy post-holiday cravings for simpler food with a Southern classic of shrimp and grits. The Flying Biscuit Cafe grates sharp white cheddar cheese into grits to produce a creamy, silky texture, then layers it with shrimp that’s cooked in a variety of spices and seasonings, including Worcestershire and hot sauce. (Source: www.foodservicedirector.com)

Since 1993, Atlanta has been obsessed with the southern comfort food and all-day breakfast menu at Flying Biscuit Café. What started as a quaint neighborhood eatery has blossomed into a booming franchise with more than a dozen locations throughout the southeastern United States. We caught up with Brad Rubenstein, managing partner of Flying Biscuit Café in John’s Creek, to get the scoop on those creamy, dreamy grits everyone talks about as well as some new menu items to look for this fall. (Source: www.fooda.com)

With its southern-inspired menu of comfort foods made with fresh ingredients, Flying Biscuit Café won the distinction of Best Southern Lunch in Atlanta in the Best of Fooda Atlanta Awards 2017. If you’re in the area, stop by the John’s Creek store for some of their creamy, dreamy grits, and watch for those new menu items to hit this fall! (Source: www.fooda.com)

In the face of booming growth, The Flying Biscuit continues to hold a point of pride: Since opening its first location in the Atlanta suburb of Candler Park in 1993, a Flying Biscuit location has yet to close its doors. (Source: www.prnewswire.com)

"The Flying Biscuit has become a neighborhood institution, a place where guest can count on a friendly, welcoming atmosphere and a wide variety of great food made with fresh ingredients," says Brent Fuller, Brand Leader for the Flying Biscuit Café. "With the positive reception and interest we've received in entering additional markets, we know that there is a place for our concept and our brand. We're excited to have grown as much as we have over our first 25 years, and we look forward to continuing it in the future." (Source: www.prnewswire.com)

www.indeed.com www.indeed.com))Work-life balance at The Flying Biscuit Cafe is great. Easy to get a shift covered by your fellow coworkers. Everyone helped each othPeople have asked 13 questions about working at The Flying Biscuit Cafe. See the answers, explore popular topics and discover unique insights from The Flying Biscuit Cafe employees. (Source:er out. (Source:

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Sunday morning while running a few errands, my boyfriend and I needed to stop and grab a bite. We decided upon The Flying Biscuit on Park Road, as I have always loved their tasty breakfast food choices! It was shortly thereafter, we were quickly reminded why we dont enjoying eating breakfast out on the weekends. While we were seated promptly, our food took almost an hour to be brought from the kitchen. Meanwhile, we were watching countless to go orders coming out of the kitchen. When we ordered or soon after, it would have been nice to have been told that ticket times were over 40 minutes. We could have made the choice to go somewhere or just have lunch, as the lunch hour was approaching. When our food finally arrived, we were disappointed with the change in the recipe in both the moon dusted potatoes and the tofu scramble. Our server took my meal off our bill, as it was not consumed. Additionally, many menu items were missing from the wonderful menu The Flying Biscuit used to offer. This menu and food was not worth the wait. The Stonecrest location has never had this many issues. However, we have no desire to return to either location at this juncture. (Source: www.charlottesgotalot.com)

The Flying Biscuit Cafe has relationships with third-party sources which offer financing to cover the following: franchise fee, startup costs, equipment, inventory, accounts receivable, payroll (Source: www.entrepreneur.com)

The Flying Biscuit Café, with ample parking in the Park Road Shopping Center lot, is a convenient place for a family weekend brunch, and a good neighborhood spot for moms to meet with the kids and relax over lunch. (Source: www.charlotteparent.com)

Flying Biscuit Café will be opening a new location at the University Place mall in mid-2021, according to the restaurant and University Place management. (Source: chapelboro.com)

About fifteen years ago on one of those sticky days that give Hotlanta its nickname, I ate lunch at the original Flying Biscuit Café. That biscuit tasted like it was straight from my grandma's harvest-gold-colored oven. The restaurant's new Stonecrest location serves those biscuits and more, including impressive vegetarian and vegan options (the Vegan BBQ Burrito includes barbecue tofu, collard greens, and mushrooms). Don't let its odd strip-mall location put you off; the servers treat you like kin and the breakfast-all-day options put the Cracker Barrel to shame. Highlights: the creamy grits, Love Cakes (black-bean patties with tomatillo sauce), and Coca-Cola Glazed Salmon. (Source: www.charlottemagazine.com)

FOOD

Satisfy post-holiday cravings for simpler food with a Southern classic of shrimp and grits. The Flying Biscuit Cafe grates sharp white cheddar cheese into grits to produce a creamy, silky texture, then layers it with shrimp that’s cooked in a variety of spices and seasonings, including Worcestershire and hot sauce. (Source: www.foodservicedirector.com)

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The Flying Biscuit Café is an eclectic neighborhood restaurant nationally recognized for its natural, hip cuisine and charming atmosphere. Well-known for serving up Southern comfort food with a twist of fun including menu classics such as Love Cakes, Oven Fried Green Tomato BLT, Organic Oatmeal pancakes, Shrimp and Grits, "Not Your Mama's" Pimiento Cheese Sandwich and the Very Berry Chicken Salad. Gourmet states, "Wonderful southern food" and Rachael Ray's $40 a Day program broadcasts, "great food, great value." Founded in Atlanta in 1993, there are currently fifteen Flying Biscuit locations. For more information, visit www.flyingbiscuit.com. (Source: www.prnewswire.com)

 

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