Georgia-based breakfast destination The Flying Biscuit Cafe has announced plans to bring its comfort food dishes to Houston.
The rapidly-growing chain opened its first Texas outpost in Dallas last year, and Houston is next. According to a press release, the chain has signed a deal for two locations in Space City, though no addresses have been announced just yet. The Flying Biscuit Cafe first debuted in an Atlanta suburb in 1993, and has since expanded to 15 locations in Texas, North Carolina, Florida, and Georgia.
As far as the food is concerned, diners can look forward to a menu of breakfast dishes served all day long, from pancakes to omelets and a tofu scramble. Outside of the morning options, Southern classics like shrimp and grits, chicken pot pie topped with biscuits, and fried green tomatoes round out the menu. Biscuits, of course, have a significant presence on the menu, served on the side with cranberry apple butter and used in a chocolate biscuit bread pudding.
Eater has reached out to The Flying Biscuit Cafe for more details on where (and when) the chain plans to land in Houston.