Biscuit Bitch Pioneer Square5 Votes Currently Closed
- Address: 621 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98104, USA, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 03:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-2066231859
- Tags: Restaurant
The Biscuit Bitch Pioneer Square is a breakfast restaurant offering simple yet tasty homemade food at a cheap cost that is both affordable and cherishing for everyone. The owner and in-charge Kimmie Spice ensures that everyone who come here is attended warmly and are having their best time here with delicious food and upbeat music that ranges from oldies to southern rock. All their menu items are followed by the word “bitch”, for example, Canadian Bitch, Smokin’ Hot Bitch, Bitchwitch, and Hot Mess Bitch from their Biscuits and Gravy section. You might feel embarrassed or awkward while ordering the items and the staff will tease you before serving the dishes. But what good food without a little laugh? The Biscuits are made without Gluten and are in limited quantity so that there aren’t any stale items the next day.
How to Reach Biscuit Bitch Pioneer Square
- Light Rail Link to stop –Pioneer Square Station
- Buses 41, 74, 101, 102, 150, 255, 550 to stop –Pioneer Square Station
- Buses 111, 114, 212, 402, 412, 417, 422, 424, 554, 592, 595 etc to stop -2nd Ave & Cherry St
- Buses 5, 15, 19, 26, 33, 116, 119, 124, 132, 304, D Line, E Line to stop -3rd Ave & Columbia St
Biscuit Bitch Pioneer Square Reviews & Ratings
I LOVE this place. Food is fairly priced and these biscuits are something else. Not too much seating but was able to grab a seat, you can also walk to the Space Needle from here so that’s nice. Love it here.
Very friendly staff, fantastic gravy and well seasoned. Felt like a home cooked meal and a little safe haven from the chaotic downtown streets outside. This place has an overall chill vibe going on. They have one big table as the main seating and it was honestly fun to be able to interact with fellow patrons. Definitely will be going back to try more of the menu!
The biscuits are light and fluffy! Delicious! The staff are friendly and make your food just like you ask. It's a little small so be prepared to sit at a family style big table.
Cool place to check out. Line wasn't long and the food is pretty darn good. However, the food took 30 minutes or so to come out. So if you're in a hurry you may want to avoid.
Don't let me be misunderstood: the food here is good. It really is. It's just not great, at least not as great as the crowds on the sidewalk would have you believe. Your best bets are the biscuits that include the gravy, because the biscuits by themselves are a little on the dry side. For a biscuit place to be a true five-star spot, the biscuits alone should be perfect. That's not the case here, as this is mostly "southern type biscuits" for people who are not actually from the south. For example, Pine State Biscuits in Portland is superior and more faithful to the southern biscuit.