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Where to indulge on biscuits in the Upstate

Whether you prefer biscuits plain, smothered in gravy, or as a sandwich, we put together a list of the best biscuits in the Upstate.

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Ooh la la. | Photo by Biscuit Head

Biscuits go with the south like City Editors Stephanie + Danielle go with GVLtoday. These flaky delights are certainly a Southern staple, so we put together a list of biscuits in the Upstate so you can save time and get straight to the good stuff.

Biscuit Head, 823 S. Church St., Ste. C | You already know how City Editor Stephanie feels about Biscuit Head. These are cat-head biscuits (read: they are the size of a cat’s head). Order a biscuit a la carte, try it with gravy, or get a full breakfast. Pro tip: You can also grab a gluten free or vegan biscuit.

Maple Street Biscuit Company, Multiple locations | These fresh-made biscuits can be enjoyed retro-style (read: sausage, egg, and cheese + crispy chicken) or you can mix things up with one of the “biscuits that wow.”

Maverick Biscuit, Multiple locations | Whether you prefer your biscuits sweet or savory, Maverick has something for you. We’re especially fond of the biscuit donut holes.

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Risk it for the biscuit. | Photo by @albertmanduca

The Flying Biscuit Cafe, 656 S. Main St., Ste.100| Flying Biscuit bakes ~5,000 biscuits per week at each location, so we think it’s safe to say it knows its way around a biscuit.

Hendough, 126 Augusta St., Ste. 13 | Known for its scratch-made biscuits, the Nashville Hot is a popular choice for the spice lovers.

Eggs Up Grill, Multiple locations | Although Eggs Up doesn’t have many stand alone biscuit items, we recommend getting the Biscuit-Wich and taking full advantage of the gravy dipping sauce.

Another Broken Egg Cafe, 1025 Woodruff Rd., Ste. G103 | Serving “over-sized” biscuits, Another Broken Egg Cafe makes sure you leave full.

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