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The Flying Biscuit Cafe Lands in Richardson

The Atlanta export is serving up biscuits, grits, and sausage at its first Texas outpost

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The Flying Biscuit Café, an Atlanta export known for all-day breakfast, has officially opened its first Texas location in Richardson.

The new outpost, located at 746 South Central Expressway, is part of a planned expansion into Dallas-Ft. Worth for the Georgia-based franchise, which operates 10 locations throughout the South. According to regional manager Kevin Ochoa, two more DFW locations are in the works for the coming years, though no addresses for those outposts have been announced just yet.

The brand new Richardson restaurant features vibrantly colored interiors with a sunflower motif. A mural of Dallas’ favorite icon, a winged Pegasus flying over the Dallas skyline, takes up one large wall of the dining room. As far as the food is concerned, the Flying Biscuit Cafe has been known for serving up Southern comfort food like shrimp and grits, and Coca-Cola-infused barbecue chicken since first opening in 1993. It’s also known for its robust breakfast menu, complete with staples like sausage, omelets, and pancakes, served all day long.

The Flying Biscuit Café is located at 746 South Central Expressway, Suite 100 and is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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