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The Flying Biscuit Café has opened a Marietta outpost marking the brand’s twenty-first location to open in the country, according to an announcement this week.
“We are overjoyed to bring the Flying Biscuit Café to East Cobb,” Ernest Baptiste, the franchise owner of the location, said in a prepared statement. “My daughter and I have always wanted to own a restaurant together. We expect the combination of the quality of the food for breakfast, lunch, and catering and the unique character of The Flying Biscuit Café to be a real hit here in Marietta.”
Since first opening its doors in 1993, the Flying Biscuit Café has become known for its breakfast all-day menu including The Egg-stravaganza, Shrimp and Grits, and the Wake-Up Burger.
“We have received such a positive response to our growth here in the metro Atlanta market, as well as other markets outside of Atlanta,” Brent Fuller, Flying Biscuit Café Vice President of Operations, said. “We’re seeing a real excitement for our Southern-inspired food and eclectic, neighborly spirit. This location will launch our new expanded menu that will include items such as Chicken and Waffles and The Oh My Grit Bowl and will also offer mimosas and bloody marys.”
The Marietta location opened its doors for business on March 15 in the Parkaire Landing Shopping Center, at 4880 Lower Roswell Road, Suite 70. It is open Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. and Saturday through Sunday from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The new location will host a “socially distanced” grand opening celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony during the week of April 14, with giveaways each day to the first 50 customers. Giveaways will include the Bacon & Eggs Breakfast for $1.99, jars of the restaurant’s cranberry apple butter, $5-off biscuit gift cards, flying biscuit swag t-shirts, and travel mugs.