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Where in Seattle to Get Your Flaky, Buttery Biscuit Fix

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| Matt M./Yelp

Most of the time it's bad to be flaky. But not when you're a biscuit — no, ma'am. And, thank goodness, Seattle is home to bunch of delicious biscuit eateries. From Ballard to Belltown to Columbia City, the city is blessed with heavenly breakfast sandwiches, biscuits and gravy, and butter and jam. Here are 12 places to scratch your biscuit itch.

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Geraldine's Counter

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Columbia City’s charming neighborhood brunch joint has many hits, but perhaps none more popular than the impeccable biscuits and gravy. Simple and unassuming, much like the establishment itself, the biscuits are topped with a hearty sausage gravy and accompanied by a side of hash and eggs, providing a well-balanced meal that won’t automatically induce a food coma.

Easy Street Records and Cafe

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First browse the records then the menu at this West Seattle shop. Your eyes will quickly go to the Bizkits and Gravy: homemade biscuits topped with sausage and gravy, completed with two eggs any style, hash browns, and toast. It's a mouthful.

The London Plane

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Part bakery, part cafe, and part flower shop, this beautiful place has plenty to offer. But the simple star of the menu is the warm biscuit with preserves and crème fraîche. It's ambrosia.

Skillet Diner

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A modest operation started in an Airstream food truck has grown into a multi-location, 100-employee juggernaut that dominates the Seattle breakfast scene. While Skillet is better known for its bacon jam, the biscuits and gravy here are not to be trifled with. They're smothered with layers of thick country gravy with tender chunks of spiced sausage.

Biscuit Bitch

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So many good things to try at Kimmie Spice's kooky chain (which also has locations in Pioneer Square and at Caffé Lieto in Pike Place Market), including the Canadian Bitch, sauced with maple peanut butter and bacon. The Gritty Scrambled Cheesy Bitch is a treat, too.

Serious Biscuit

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Biscuits with black pepper gravy; with fried green tomato; with fennel sausage; with fried catfish cake and green olive tartar; with smoked onions. Even if you're full, you'll get hungry reading the menu.

Yes, the line will be long, but it'll move quickly, so don’t let that keep you from these legendary biscuits, especially topped with the savory bliss that is the country gravy (sausage or mushroom). The Ballard Morsel even has a drive-thru to satisfy your on-the-go biscuit cravings.

Biscuit and Bean

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Fresh, fluffy biscuits play many delicious roles here, from sandwich buns to cinnamon buns. The star of the show is the Spanish Fly sandwich, stacked with ham, tomato, egg, arugula, and sriracha aioli.

Seattle Biscuit Company

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This taste of the South on wheels, found most Sundays at Chuck's Hop Shop and Saturdays at Chuck's Central District, offers biscuits with sausage gravy, bacon and jelly, and more. What better base could you ask for at a beer bar?

Geraldine's Counter

Columbia City’s charming neighborhood brunch joint has many hits, but perhaps none more popular than the impeccable biscuits and gravy. Simple and unassuming, much like the establishment itself, the biscuits are topped with a hearty sausage gravy and accompanied by a side of hash and eggs, providing a well-balanced meal that won’t automatically induce a food coma.

Easy Street Records and Cafe

First browse the records then the menu at this West Seattle shop. Your eyes will quickly go to the Bizkits and Gravy: homemade biscuits topped with sausage and gravy, completed with two eggs any style, hash browns, and toast. It's a mouthful.

The London Plane

Part bakery, part cafe, and part flower shop, this beautiful place has plenty to offer. But the simple star of the menu is the warm biscuit with preserves and crème fraîche. It's ambrosia.

Skillet Diner

A modest operation started in an Airstream food truck has grown into a multi-location, 100-employee juggernaut that dominates the Seattle breakfast scene. While Skillet is better known for its bacon jam, the biscuits and gravy here are not to be trifled with. They're smothered with layers of thick country gravy with tender chunks of spiced sausage.

Biscuit Bitch

So many good things to try at Kimmie Spice's kooky chain (which also has locations in Pioneer Square and at Caffé Lieto in Pike Place Market), including the Canadian Bitch, sauced with maple peanut butter and bacon. The Gritty Scrambled Cheesy Bitch is a treat, too.

Serious Biscuit

Biscuits with black pepper gravy; with fried green tomato; with fennel sausage; with fried catfish cake and green olive tartar; with smoked onions. Even if you're full, you'll get hungry reading the menu.

Morsel

Yes, the line will be long, but it'll move quickly, so don’t let that keep you from these legendary biscuits, especially topped with the savory bliss that is the country gravy (sausage or mushroom). The Ballard Morsel even has a drive-thru to satisfy your on-the-go biscuit cravings.

Biscuit and Bean

Fresh, fluffy biscuits play many delicious roles here, from sandwich buns to cinnamon buns. The star of the show is the Spanish Fly sandwich, stacked with ham, tomato, egg, arugula, and sriracha aioli.

Seattle Biscuit Company

This taste of the South on wheels, found most Sundays at Chuck's Hop Shop and Saturdays at Chuck's Central District, offers biscuits with sausage gravy, bacon and jelly, and more. What better base could you ask for at a beer bar?

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