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Maple Street Biscuit Company - Dining Review

On a recent morning my friend and I found ourselves passing through Celebration and decided to check out Maple Street Biscuit Company for some morning sustenance.

The Celebration location of this Jacksonville-based breakfast/brunch/lunch eatery was once home to a Holler & Dash, which was owned by Cracker Barrel.

In 2019, Cracker Barrel bought Maple Street Biscuit Company, and not needing two biscuit-based brands in the portfolio, they folded Holler & Dash, transforming those locations into Maple Street Biscuit Company.

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We arrived in that sweet spot between the breakfast and lunch rush, and found guests were social distancing at tables inside and out.

Orders are placed at a counter, and they yell your name when the order is ready to pick up. Since we both ordered a main, side, and coffee drink, it took two visits to the counter to get all of our food.

We tried a little bit of everything off the menu to get a good representation of their offerings. Here’s what we chose, and what we thought:

Though the menu has many biscuit sandwich combinations, my guest went for the traditional Bacon, Egg, & Cheese biscuit. The biscuit itself was hearty and lightly flaky, and she was able to get the egg cooked to order, which was a nice surprise.

Maple Street Biscuit Company - bacon, egg, and cheese biscuit

I went off the biscuit section of the menu for the Bluegrass Grits Bowl featuring stone-ground white hominy grits, mixed with cream cheese & butter, and topped with pecan wood smoked bacon, one sunny side up egg, cheddar cheese, chives, and a splash of hot sauce. This dish hit every savory note! The grits were nice and creamy and the hot sauce provided a nice contrast with the spice.

Maple Street Biscuit Company - Bluegrass Grits Bowl

We both were fans of the bacon on our dishes, too. Nicely crisped and full of salty goodness with a hint of sweetness.

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For sides we tried the intriguingly named Hash Brown Cake, and the Smoky Mountain Mac n Cheese.

The Hash Brown Cake was a huge stack of shredded potatoes with hints of salt, pepper, and a bit of spiciness (maybe from the pepper). Unfortunately, they didn’t have much of an outer char. Talking with the manager, he explained they had just gotten a new variety of this dish and were still working on the timing of cooking it. If they nail it, the hash browns would be great, because the flavor is there.

Maple Street Biscuit Company - Hash Brown Cake

The Smoky Mountain Mac n Cheese features three different types of cheese and is topped with a cheese cracker crumble. It was rich and definitely what I think of when I think of Southern mac-n-cheese. Two big thumbs up from us.

Maple Street Biscuit Company - Smoky Mountain Mac n Cheese

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For drinks we both went with the espresso-based Maple Vanilla Bean Latte, only she got hers hot and I got mine iced. Made with Bissell Family Farm’s real maple syrup and real vanilla beans, it had just the right amount of sweetness to cut through all the savory dishes we were eating.

Maple Street Biscuit Company - Maple Vanilla Bean Latte

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Overall, the food was delicious, and the staff was friendly and following safety protocols. I’ll definitely be back to try more of the menu.

Maple Street Biscuit Company also has a location in Oviedo, as well as many more throughout the state. Visit them at maplestreetbiscuits.com for more info.

Disclaimer: We paid for our meal. As always, our reviews are always honest, and our own.


Maple Street Biscuit Company Dining Review by CitySurfingOrlando.com

About Michelle Snow

Michelle is the owner and editor of CitySurfing Orlando. She also owns Zengrrl.com, is a freelance writer specializing in travel and entertainment, has authored/co-authored four guidebooks on Orlando and Florida, and is head editor/writer at TheDisneyBlog.com. She's lived in Orlando near Walt Disney World since 1995, and still finds there's so much fun to be had in Central Florida.
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