11/25/2016Provided by YPmobile
Perfect spot for breakfast alone, brunch with friends or dinner with boo.
The biscuits must be made with some type of mind control agent because they are remarkable. The chicken sausage gravy is like the sunlight in your room after a storm. Simply refreshing. The service is great and the decor makes me want to sit on a cloud.
03/25/2016Provided by YP.com
can't beat the food, for breakfast, lunch or dinner. can get take-out biscuits as well. lines pretty killer if you get there late morning/early afternoon on the weekends, though!
11/03/2015Provided by YP.com
Really yummy food to be had here - breakfast all day if you want it. There is also a bakery attached to the restaurant if all you want is a quick fix on Sunday morning when the lines are out the door.
11/02/2015Provided by YP.com
Yum! we love the biscuits here. First heard about it before we moved to Atlanta on Rachel Ray. Long lines on the weekends though. Sometimes we opt for the counter.
10/07/2015Provided by YP.com
These biscuits truly can fly - into my mouth! Paired with their in house apple butter, there's nothing better. Just don't try to go an a weekend day for brunch unless you're prepared to wait.
06/30/2012Provided by YP.com
I dream about their biscuits. The Flying Biscuit is my favorite brunch spot all around in Atlanta. Those grits and biscuits are enough to make anyone drool. The only downside is how it's always so crowded so be prepared to wait.
07/17/2011Provided by YPmobile
Wish it was still a best kept secret as it's always just too packed now and a long,long wait. AT least they do great take out! BEST grits in the world!
11/14/2010Provided by YP.com
I love the omlettes at The Flying Biscuit and the wheat biscuits!
11/29/2007Provided by YP.com
This restaurant is a famous Atlanta tradition, the place you take people who are in town to visit. The lines can be long, especially on weekends, but the food is good and the atmosphere and decor are relaxed and cute. Don't forget about the bakery at the McClendon location-- no wait, just take your biscuits (and that yummy apple butter!) to go and walk down the street to Candler Park to eat at a picnic table and watch people play soccer.
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- Regular Hours
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- Payment method
- master card, visa, all major credit cards, amex
- Price Range
- Candler Park, Eastside
Flying Biscuit Café - Candler Park
- American Restaurants, Bakeries, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants, Caterers, Coffee Shops, Health Food Restaurants, Restaurants, Take Out Restaurants
- Other Information
Parking: Street, Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Take Out: Yes
Cuisines: Caterers, American, Take Out, Cafeterias, Breakfast, Brunch & Lunch, Healthy, Bakeries
Alcohol: Beer, Wine
Takes Reservations: Yes
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average