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Massive Biscuit Sandwiches Have Arrived In Plano

The Biscuit Bar is now open at The Boardwalk in Granite Park

Amy McCarthy is a staff writer at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

The Biscuit Bar, a Southern restaurant that’s obsessed with its namesake, has officially arrived in Plano.

The new restaurant is now open at The Boardwalk in Granite Park, a mixed-use development at 5880 State Highway 121. It’s the first restaurant for husband and wife duo Jake and Janie Burkett, who plan to serve creatively-topped biscuits that are made fresh at the restaurant. The Biscuit Bar will occupy 2,223 feet of space indoors, along with seating on an expansive 1,300 square-foot patio. A “biscuit window” offers a view into the doughy action going on behind the scene.

As far as the food is concerned, diners can look forward to a bounty of biscuit-focused dishes, ranging from traditional pairings (like sausage and fried chicken) to more inventive dishes like the F.A.B.B., a biscuit dish topped with fig preserves, arugula, brie, and bacon. The massive Rough Night sandwich, topped with fried chicken, a burger patty, ham, turkey, pulled pork, bacon, tots, cheese, and gravy, seems like an ideal hangover cure.

Biscuit enthusiasts can now get their fix from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. The Biscuit Bar is set to begin breakfast service in early May, starting at 7 a.m.