"During the time we were closed, we hired a third party safety auditor to help correct the issues sited in the report," said Rubenstein who has operated the restaurant for the past five years. "We took the extra step to remove any doubt."
When Flying Biscuit reopened it added several new dishes including a Very Berry Salad to the assortment of the five salads already on the menu. Another new dish is Pimento Cheese Benedict.
Diners can order from the breakfast menu all day. If you enjoy a hearty breakfast, be sure to order the grits. "People love our grits," said Rubenstein, "they're addictive."
Those addictive grits are served with a number of the breakfast entrees including Southern Scramble, Smoked Salmon Scramble and Turkey Hash, all three dishes are among the best sellers on the menu said Rubenstein.
Also on the menu is a large selection of sandwiches and hardy dishes such as oven fried chicken, flat iron steak and turkey pot roast, which is also one of the most popular menu items says Rubenstein.
The restaurant is open seven days a week from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. And the facility is available in the evenings for private birthday parties, Bar Mitzvahs, bridal showers and other events.