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Abby E

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St. Joe Hospitality is kicking off the New Year by welcoming a new dining venue. Scratch Biscuit Kitchen will open soon in WaterColor® Town Center, serving up made-from-scratch biscuits and its own signature coffee blend in a casual, family-friendly environment designed evoke the feeling of being home away from home.

As the restaurant’s name implies, Scratch Biscuit Kitchen will distinguish itself by serving fluffy, buttery, tender square-shaped biscuits, known as such for the manner in which they’re baked – in true Southern style. The biscuits will be available to order individually or by the dozen, with a variety of house-made jams, jellies and gravies also available.

The restaurant’s playful breakfast and lunch menu (available for dine-in or to-go, via a designated carry-out window) will feature a selection of Benny-Style Biscuits, Between-the-Biscuits appetizers, and Not-So-Square Lunch entrees – all in addition to homecooked- style sides, small bites and sweet treats, in addition to a varied selection of sodas, beers, wines and mimosas.

Scratch Biscuit Kitchen is located in the WaterColor® Town Center at 1777 E. County Hwy. 30A, Unit #101, will be open daily, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m., with counter, indoor and outdoor seating available. The carry-out window will open at 6:30 a.m. daily. For more information, visit Scratch Biscuit Kitchen on Facebook or Instagram, or call (850) 231 6550.

Beginning Jan. 1, visit Scratch Biscuit Kitchen on Facebook for details on how to enter to win a complimentary lunch for two.
 

Teresa

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GRAND OPENING
Monday February 1 | 7AM - 2PM
Scratch Biscuit Kitchen
Watercolor

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Join us for our grand opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 10 a.m., FREE coffee and live entertainment all day. Additionally, the first 100 guests will receive a FREE biscuit and jam with purchase. Available while supplies last; limited to one biscuit per transaction.

“We’re excited to bring a distinct flavor of our Southern coast to 30A, while honoring a tradition as delicious and fond as grandma’s biscuits,” said Zack Coleman, Scratch Biscuit Kitchen’s General Manager. “The team and I are looking forward to welcoming our locals and visitors alike and becoming what we hope will be a go-to breakfast and lunch spot in South Walton.”

As the restaurant’s name implies, Scratch Biscuit Kitchen will distinguish itself by serving fluffy, buttery, tender square-shaped biscuits, known as such for the manner in which they’re baked – in true Southern style. The biscuits will be available to order individually or by the dozen, with a variety of house-made jams, jellies and gravies also available.

The restaurant’s playful breakfast and lunch menu (available for dine-in or to-go, via a designated carry-out window) will feature a selection of Benny-Style Biscuits, Between-the-Biscuits appetizers, and Not-So-Square Lunch entrees – all in addition to homecooked-style sides, small bites and sweet treats, in addition to a varied selection of sodas, beers, wines and mimosas.

As one would expect from a Southern kitchen, the coffee will always be flowing at Scratch Biscuit Kitchen, with daily selections of the restaurant’s own signature blend. In fact, coffee enthusiasts can join the “Mug Club” to receive their own Scratch Biscuit Kitchen “Mug Club”-branded YETI Rambler®, $1 coffee on every visit and a year’s worth of camaraderie and recognition to raise their mugs to. A $35.99 one-year membership fee applies.

Scratch Biscuit Kitchen is located in the WaterColor® Town Center at 1777 E. County Hwy. 30A, Unit #101, will be open daily, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m., with counter, indoor and outdoor seating available. The carry-out window will open at 6:30 a.m. daily.

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joho

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I’ll try them!
I wish them success
 
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