tThe name drew us in – you can’t miss it even from a block away – Biscuit Bitch. Catchy right? We just concluded the Beneath the Streets Tour and it was nearing lunch time. Our stomachs were beginning to remind us that it was time for food. This was totally unplanned (have I mentioned that I love to plan and research) but the sign was cute and the smells wafting from the front door were enticing so we took a gamble – and are so happy we did!
You’re greeted by signs following through with the theme. If it’s your type of humor, it will make you smile. We were in a “taste as many things we can in Seattle mood,” so we ordered the Bitchwitch to share – a biscuit sandwich with fluffy eggs, cheese, bacon and a side of their country pork sausage gravy.
It took all of my will power not to order another after tasting the biscuits. (We were on a mission to taste a lot, so I had to restrain myself) They were so good! The biscuit has a great texture but didn’t fall apart and the fillings were savory and delicious.
The coffee was good too – roasted by a local roaster, and aptly labeled – the Bitch Blend. If you like fancier stuff, their specialty coffee drinks are said to be excellent.
The gravy! It might have been the best gravy I’ve had. If you go here, do yourself a favor and GET THE GRAVY!
Bitchwitch sandwich – Order’s up bitches!
Getting to Biscuit Bitch, Seattle
If you plan on visiting Pike Place Market, the good news is you’re just a few blocks away from Biscuit Bitch. I recommend swinging by after an early start at the market. They have three locations at the time of writing this, but I wouldn’t be surprised if they opened more – they’re that good!
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