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Where To Find Incredible Biscuits in New Orleans

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Biscuits and gravy is a Southern breakfast and brunch classic, and there are many restaurants in town that serve a variation of the dish. Just in time for your weekend brunch, here now is a map of the most intriguing and drool-worthy versions of biscuit-based dishes in New Orleans. Plan accordingly.

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ManhattanJack

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This eatery and bakery on Prytania bakes up bagels, breakfast treats, and biscuits, which can be eaten plain, made into a breakfast egg sandwich, or enjoyed with chicken fried chicken drizzled with gravy and honey.

Surrey's Cafe & Juice Bar

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This Lower Garden District breakfast spot bakes their biscuits fresh and features them in two very different and delicious preparations - one is with boudin and one is served vegetarian style with mushroom gravy. It's also a side item available with most breakfast plates.

Biscuits & Buns on Banks

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You can tell by the name that this Mid City breakfast spot is biscuit-centric. You can get your biscuits here topped with pot roast with debris gravy or andouille and chorizo sausage gravy, or as the vehicle to deliver a BLT.
The French-inspired breakfast spot and cafe provides fresh baked scones, pastries, quiche, and biscuits. The biscuit can be used as a vehicle for a breakfast sandwich and is featured in a breakfast entree with sausage, grits, eggs, and mornay sauce.
Get your bunny biscuit brunch fix with Patois' fried Mississippi rabbit over biscuits with poached egg and Italian sausage cream gravy. You can also find a chicken biscuit special with bacon, Brie and fig compote.

Wakin' Bakin'

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These biscuits are used for daily specials like the Bawk Bawk (chicken, egg, and cheddar) or the Sweet John (Two biscuits with scrambled eggs, smoked ham, caramelized onion, and Swiss.)

Willa Jean

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The biggest, baddest biscuit game downtown, Kelly Fields' biscuits are used to carry brunch items like chicken fried steak with sausage gravy, fried chicken, or boudin.

Rivista

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This Uptown bakery uses ridiculously delicious fresh baked biscuits for traditional breakfast sandwiches and Croque Monsignors.

Cake Cafe & Bakery

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Enjoy ham and eggs on a biscuit, or a plain biscuit on the side of one of their great breakfast plates.

Compère Lapin

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The biscuits that come to the table at lunch or dinner (with bacon or honey butter) also make an appearance on Compere Lapin's brunch menu.

Bawk Nola

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This weekend breakfast gem in Lakeview's Pizza NOLA is all about giant from-scratch biscuits, whether they're topped with slow-roasted debris, made into a breakfast sandwich, served over meaty scrambles or smothered with gravy.

Angeline

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Buttermilk biscuits come with black pepper-milk gravy and fried chicken at Alex Harrell's French Quarter gem. Or you can get a side of biscuits, and thank us later.

Carrollton Market

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Chef Jason Goodenough's cornbread biscuits come topped with oxtail debris, spicy hollandaise and poached eggs, and there's also this brand new chicken biscuit heading to the brunch menu that looks to die for.

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District's buttermilk biscuits are great alone, but also play a pivotal role in the restaurant's incredible breakfast sandwich line up.

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ManhattanJack

This eatery and bakery on Prytania bakes up bagels, breakfast treats, and biscuits, which can be eaten plain, made into a breakfast egg sandwich, or enjoyed with chicken fried chicken drizzled with gravy and honey.

Surrey's Cafe & Juice Bar

This Lower Garden District breakfast spot bakes their biscuits fresh and features them in two very different and delicious preparations - one is with boudin and one is served vegetarian style with mushroom gravy. It's also a side item available with most breakfast plates.

Biscuits & Buns on Banks

You can tell by the name that this Mid City breakfast spot is biscuit-centric. You can get your biscuits here topped with pot roast with debris gravy or andouille and chorizo sausage gravy, or as the vehicle to deliver a BLT.

Toast

The French-inspired breakfast spot and cafe provides fresh baked scones, pastries, quiche, and biscuits. The biscuit can be used as a vehicle for a breakfast sandwich and is featured in a breakfast entree with sausage, grits, eggs, and mornay sauce.

Patois

Get your bunny biscuit brunch fix with Patois' fried Mississippi rabbit over biscuits with poached egg and Italian sausage cream gravy. You can also find a chicken biscuit special with bacon, Brie and fig compote.

Wakin' Bakin'

These biscuits are used for daily specials like the Bawk Bawk (chicken, egg, and cheddar) or the Sweet John (Two biscuits with scrambled eggs, smoked ham, caramelized onion, and Swiss.)

Willa Jean

The biggest, baddest biscuit game downtown, Kelly Fields' biscuits are used to carry brunch items like chicken fried steak with sausage gravy, fried chicken, or boudin.

Rivista

This Uptown bakery uses ridiculously delicious fresh baked biscuits for traditional breakfast sandwiches and Croque Monsignors.

Cake Cafe & Bakery

Enjoy ham and eggs on a biscuit, or a plain biscuit on the side of one of their great breakfast plates.

Compère Lapin

The biscuits that come to the table at lunch or dinner (with bacon or honey butter) also make an appearance on Compere Lapin's brunch menu.

Bawk Nola

This weekend breakfast gem in Lakeview's Pizza NOLA is all about giant from-scratch biscuits, whether they're topped with slow-roasted debris, made into a breakfast sandwich, served over meaty scrambles or smothered with gravy.

Angeline

Buttermilk biscuits come with black pepper-milk gravy and fried chicken at Alex Harrell's French Quarter gem. Or you can get a side of biscuits, and thank us later.

Carrollton Market

Chef Jason Goodenough's cornbread biscuits come topped with oxtail debris, spicy hollandaise and poached eggs, and there's also this brand new chicken biscuit heading to the brunch menu that looks to die for.

DISTRICT. Donuts. Sliders. Brew.