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Atlanta’s Flying Biscuit Café Will Soon Bring All Day Breakfast To DFW

The Georgia-based chain will open three outposts in the coming months

Pillowy biscuits from Georgia are headed to DFW.
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If you think that Dallas’ breakfast scene is a little lacking, perhaps the arrival of an Atlanta-based spot that focuses almost entirely on the most important meal of the day will sway your opinion.

Announced via release, Flying Biscuit Café will soon make its debut in Dallas. The Atlanta-based chain will open outposts in or near Addison, NorthPark Center, and Lower Greenville in the coming months, though no addresses for those locations have been announced just yet.

The comfort food focused spot is perhaps most well-known for its Southern breakfast favorites. Obviously biscuits are on offer, topped with eggs and gravy. You’ll also find other morning staples like omelets, French toast, and pancakes. Outside of the breakfast offerings, which are available all day, the restaurant also offers a full menu of lunch and dinner options.

The Flying Biscuit Café made its debut in Atlanta in 1993, where it’s become a popular spot for breakfast and brunch. The restaurant has since expanded to 14 locations across the Southeast, including outposts in North Carolina and Florida.

You’ll have to wait a while to try The Flying Biscuit Café — the first Dallas location isn’t expected to open until 2017.