can't beat the food, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. can get take-out biscuits as well. lines pretty killer if you get there late morning/early afternoon on the weekends, though!
The Flying Biscuit Cafe
- General Info:
- In 1993, the first Flying Biscuit Café opened up in Atlanta, GA., and since its inception, the Candler Park & Midtown – the two "Original" locations have strived to give its customers everything from Southern favorites to vegan selections. By offering customers a healthy alternative, The Flying Biscuit Cafe is providing a variety of breakfast, lunch and dinner choices for customers living a healthier lifestyle. The Flying Biscuit Cafe, located in Candler Park & Midtown, is an eclectic neighborhood restaurant nationally recognized for its natural, hip cuisine and charming atmosphere. USA Today claims, “The biscuits are the best.” Gourmet states, “Wonderful southern food.” Rachael Ray’s $40 a Day program broadcasts, “Great food, great value.” This Atlanta institution is well-known for its unique Southern fare including The High Flyer, Egg-ceptional Eggs, Love Cakes, and of course, the biscuits. The two "Original" locations were founded in Atlanta in 1993, and has been an icon ever since.
- Payment method:
- amex, master card, visa, all major credit cards
- Candler Park, Eastside
The Flying Biscuit Cafe - Candler Park
- Coffee Shops, Take Out Restaurants, American Restaurants, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Bakeries, Caterers, Cafeterias, Coffee & Espresso Restaurants, Health Food Restaurants, Restaurants
- Other Information:
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: American, Coffee House, Healthy, Diner, Vegetarian, Cafe, Salads, Omelets
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
Really yummy food to be had here - breakfast all day if you want it. There is also a bakery attached to the restaurant if all you want is a quick fix on Sunday morning when the lines are out the door.
Yum! we love the biscuits here. First heard about it before we moved to Atlanta on Rachel Ray. Long lines on the weekends though. Sometimes we opt for the counter.
These biscuits truly can fly - into my mouth! Paired with their in house apple butter, there's nothing better. Just don't try to go an a weekend day for brunch unless you're prepared to wait.
Well let me start by saying that it's solid in terms of breakfast in Atlanta. By solid I mean okay, better than fast food, but not good enough to stand in line for. If you go there on a Saturday, that's what you'll be doing so prepare your self for that. And order the biscuits and gravy...Eggs are watery. Oh and it's very noisy so prepare yourself. On the flipside, in the winter they do serve coffee to people standing out side in line which I think is a nice customer service jestu...view morere.view less