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Biscuit Belly boosts the biscuit trend

by Robin Garr » Wed Sep 11, 2019 9:02 am

Biscuit Belly boosts the biscuit trend

Fried chicken on a biscuit with Capriole goat cheese? That’s the G.O.A.T. at Biscuit Belly.

“The next wave of hot restaurants could be a basket full of biscuit concepts,” the trade journal Restaurant Business prophesied in 2016, focusing on Cracker Barrel’s planned biscuit-eatery spinoff Holler & Dash.

Heck, it could have mentioned the Florida-based Maple Street Biscuit Co. chain, which opened in 2012, and even the long-standing West Virginia-based chain Tudor’s Biscuit World, which opened in 1980. 

More recently, Louisville’s own Boujie Biscuit in Clifton has been delighting diners with its oversize, towering square biscuits for about a year now.

And now we know it’s trendy because biscuit dining has arrived in Nulu! Say hello to Biscuit Belly, a spot so popular that its brunch-hour crowds line up around its Main Street block.

Biscuit Belly is situated on the main floor of the beautifully restored 19th century DeHart Paint & Varnish Co. building . It fills a sizable, bright and colorful space framed by oversize windows and flat white and bold wooden plank walls, with bright yellow and turquoise accents.

The menu is biscuit-driven, of course, with 20 creative dishes created by Biscuit Belly’s team of Chad Coulter and Tavis Rockwell, the minds behind Louisville’s LouVino restaurants. ...

Read the full review on LouisvilleHotBytes,

You'll also find this review in LEO Weekly's Food & Drink section today.

Biscuit Belly
900 E. Main St.

Robin Garr’s rating: 88 points.

Noise level: Our party of three had no difficulty carrying on a conversation. (Average sound was 72dB, comparable to living room background music, occasionally peaking to a shrill 91dB, akin to a nearby motorcycle.)

Accessibility: The shopping center space is accessible to wheelchair users, but front-door thresholds have a bumpy concrete fill that could require a strong push to bump over.

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