Maple Street Biscuits, self-described as “comfort food with a modern twist,” opens this spring in SouthPark.
The exact address is 721 Governor Morrison Street, which is the same shopping center as YAFO, Sabor and the future home of Tandur (a fast-casual Indian concept).
Maple Street Biscuits has about 25 locations and the typical hours are 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday to Thursday, 7 a.m. – 3 p.m., and closed on Sundays.
We have a biscuit war brewing in our city as premium biscuit chain Holler and Dash will also open this spring in South End. #BiscuitWars? Probably won’t start trending, but we’ll see.
Maple Street’s three most popular signature dishes
#1 The Five & Dime ($9) – flaky biscuit, all natural fried chicken breast, pecan wood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese topped with sausage gravy with a little kick and an egg
#2 The Squawking Goat – flaky biscuit, all natural fried chicken breast, fried goat cheese medallion and topped with house made pepper jelly
#3 BAM! Yo Yo ($12) – House made vanilla bean waffle with asiago cheese and pecan wood smoked bacon baked in, topped with fried chicken, honey butter and maple syrup.
Maple Street’s five other signature dishes
Ralphie Deluxe ($6) – flaky biscuit covered in house-made sausage gravy or the house-made shitake mushroom gravy, with an over easy egg on top.
Sunshine in the Graden ($12) – Cooked tomatoes, shallots and green peppers, topped with feta cheese,fresh basil, two sunny side up eggs* and your choice of a regular biscuit or a veggie biscuit
The Grazer Salad ($8.75 and comes in a glass jar) – Spinach, strawberries, avocado, goat cheese, chopped pecans
Hashbrown Cake ($4) – Fried hashbrowns mixed with smoked Gouda cheese, topped with chives.
Bluegrass Grits Bowl ($7) – Stone-ground white hominy grits, cut with cream cheese and butter, topped with pecanwood smoked bacon, cheddar cheese, one sunny side up egg*, chives and a splash of hot sauce