WELCOME TO MAPLE STREET BISCUIT COMPANY

HANDBUILT IN JACKSONVILLE

Handmade goodness being baked all day at Maple Street Biscuit Company.

Maple Street Biscuits is glad to announce the opening of Jacksonville's newest restaurant/cafe. The new restaurant at 2004 San Marco Blvd. is inspired southern comfort food with a modern twist and is all built around a very fluffy tasting biscuit.
 Maple Street Biscuit Company officially opens November 8th, 2012. Created and operated by Gus Evans and Scott Moore, based on a concept they saw on the west coast. Maple Street Biscuits will serve breakfast and lunch six days a week
(Monday-Saturday, 7:00 am- 2:00 pm) and dinner on Friday and
Saturday evenings (5:00 pm- 9:00 pm)

Maple Street Biscuits Company menu includes the “Loaded Goat” which is a combination of fried chicken and a fried goat cheese medallion all built on a fluffy biscuit.  “The Five” is all natural crispy fried chicken, bacon, cheese covered in sausage gravy and built on a flakey biscuit.  Additional items are “Smokey Mountain Mac-N-Cheese”, "Hash Ups" and “Sweet Potato Fries”. Take this mix of old-style southern goodness and a casual modern restaurant with some foodie sensibility, and you have Maple Street Biscuit Company.

Maple Street will offer the “freshest cup of Coffee” in town. They have worked with a local roaster who will roast their beans fresh each week and then the whole bean will be ground fresh each morning.

The concept is a casual atmosphere which is meant to be a community café.  The restaurant is in the old Historic district of San Marco in the former Peterson’s 5&10. A key feature of the store is a community table which seats 14 guests. This allows guests to sit down and have a meal while getting to know their neighbors. There are also individual and outside seating options.

The restaurant is designed with an open kitchen and has a sense of theater as you can see the biscuits being made and baked fresh all day long.



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