We asked the valet outside the hotel where a good place for breakfast was, and he told us to make our way over to the Flying Biscuit on 10th Street . Following a short drive I illegally parked the car in a spot for Subway customers, said a brief prayer, and made our way into the restaurant.
The Flying Biscuit sits on the corner of Piedmont Ave in Atlanta ’s Midtown area. It is a funky place and was crowded when we arrived a little after 9:00 a.m. It has a funky vibe and after being seated at a table on the “porch” we were given two large menus. Becks opted for peach pancakes and turkey bacon while I went with the Meggxican wrap which was allegedly stuffed with eggs, onions and Serrano peppers.
While we waited for our meals to arrive I sipped on some coffee while Mason ate some crayons and Becks had an o.j. Our orders arrived fairly quickly (10-12 minutes) and once I confirmed that our car had not been towed, settled in to enjoy my wrap. In addition to the Meggxican wrap itself (it was enough eggs and veggies to fill me and our bottomless pit of a boy), my meal also came with a huge biscuit and some spiced apple/plum preserves. Fantastic!
Mason loved Becks’ turkey bacon but was less enthused about the pancake which he tossed on the floor after crumbling up in his hands (This was not an indictment against the pancake since he tosses most things on the floor). When Becks was stuffed I ate the rest of her pancakes which were very good. My only complaint was that they used can peaches on top of the pancakes instead of fresh.
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