Maple Street Biscuit Review by Pam Ohno

    Maple Street Biscuit
    Maple Street Biscuit – Southern Comfort with a Twist

    Maple Street Biscuits, have you tried it?

    Their biscuit sandwiches have every kind of combination, mixing up traditional Southern and contemporary fillings.

    My favorite for lunch – the Squawking Goat: all natural fried chicken breast, fried goat cheese medallion, and house made pepper jelly on a flaky biscuit. Their biscuit sandwiches also feature pecan wood smoked bacon, and Bissell Family farm maple syrup.

    To go into carb overload, try the Smokey Mountain Mac-n-Cheese, topped with crushed Cheezits. The Hashups – home fries with chopped smoked ham, red and green peppers, grilled onions, mushrooms, and melted cheese, are also a great way to bust the diet. Yes, I have tried all of these. I think I saw some healthy stuff on their menu but got distracted by the Bluegrass grits cut with cream cheese.

    Stopped in for breakfast in San Marco recently for a biscuit with B2 jam (housemade blackberry and blueberry jam) and coffee. Definitely try the Maple Tap coffee – the maple is subtle, not like so many flavored coffees. If you are lucky, Tony will give you one of their iced cinnamon pecan biscuits on the house. I love/hate Tony right now.

    The closest one is in Jax Beach on 3rd Street, and the original is in San Marco. The newest opened in Julington Creek. See their full menu here:
    http://maplestreetbiscuits.com/

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