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.