Seven Awesome Biscuit Sandwiches To Eat In Philly This Winter

Philly is having a biscuit moment right now; take advantage by indulging in some of these amazing biscuit sandwiches...

There’s no better season than winter to indulge in comfort food, and one of the most comforting foods available is currently having a moment in Philadelphia.

Enter biscuits — flaky (and normally warm) doughy rounds that are popping up on menus all around. Many of the most popular biscuits in the city are popping up in sandwich form and are loaded with delicious ingredients like fried chicken, baked eggs, bacon and more.

Read on for seven of our current favorite biscuit sandwiches in Philadelphia.

Scratch Biscuits

Mitch Prensky’s takeaway storefront Scratch Biscuits corners the market on all things flaky and doughy -- and there's even a gluten-free version. Sandwiches range from the Philly Farmhand, with scrapple and baked eggs, to the Brisket Biscuit, with horseradish mayo, pickled onion and smoked cheddar. Bonus: Scratch is open late-night on the weekends -- from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m.

Scratch Biscuits

When:Available Daily
Where:Scratch Biscuits, 1306 Chestnut Street

www.eatscratchbiscuits.com

Percy Street Barbecue

Your happy hour dining choice is made at Percy Street Barbecue thanks to its $5 chicken biscuit sandwich, which comes topped with cheddar sauce and hot sauce. The delicious menu addition is only available from 5 to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Percy Street Barbecue

When:Happy Hour Special on Weekdays
Where:Percy Street Barbecue, 900 South Street

www.percystreet.com

One Shot Cafe

One Shot Cafe serves up a mean fried chicken and biscuit sandwich during brunch. The delicious sandwich comes with a perfectly fried egg. Note that the biscuit is a special so it is not always available.

One Shot Cafe

When:Weekend Special Only
Where:One Shot Cafe, 217 W. George Street

www.1shotcoffee.com

Bud & Marilyn's

13th Street darling Bud & Marilyn’s recently started serving brunch and a delicious brunch it is. The retro-inspired restaurant plates a Nashville hot chicken biscuit sandwich during brunch, which is available only on the weekends. The biscuit sandwich is piled with hot chicken, burnt scallion ranch, cheddar cheese, pickles and pickle brine slaw. Drool. 

Bud & Marilyn's

When:Weekend Brunch
Where:Bud & Marilyn's, 1234 Locust Street

www.budandmarilyns.com

The Cambridge

Head to The Cambridge on South Street West for an awesome buttermilk fried chicken and biscuit sandwich topped with smoked tomato and bacon jam, crispy brussels sprout leaves and sharp cheddar cheese.

The Cambridge

Where:The Cambridge, 1508 South Street

www.cambridgeonsouth.com

The Industry

Anyone who has visited The Industry is sure to know about the Hillbilly Philly, a cheddar biscuit and fried chicken sandwich topped with hot sauce and sausage gravy that is only available during brunch. 

The Industry

When:Weekend Brunch
Where:The Industry, 1401 E. Moyamensing Avenue

www.theindustrybar.com

Metropolitan Cafe

Fresh-baked biscuits, check! Metropolitan Cafe serves up a breakfast-inspired biscuit sandwich all day long. The sandwich comes with a fried egg, cheese and bacon-onion jam.

Metropolitan Cafe

When:Daily
Where:Metropolitan Cafe, 264 S. 19th Street

www.metropolitanbakery.com

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