Biscuit Wizard is officially open for business! They opened their doors (figuratively, because there aren’t actually any doors) this week, July 2017, serving up buttermilk biscuit sandwiches all day long. The biscuits are made at Jeremy & Kate Hansen’s bakery, Common Crumb Bakery located down the hall. The sausage comes from another one of the Hansen’s restaurants, Sante Restaurant and Charcuterie. At Biscuit Wizard, you can enjoy quick counter service with a colorful, city/street vibe and spray painted art decorations.
You can order a simple biscuit or go for something a little more extravagant. They offer the “lil biscuit” (biscuit, butter, jam) for only $3.21 or biscuits and gravy for $4.27. The biscuit sandwiches sell for up to $12 and my favorite was the “Big Le Biscuit” with bacon, bacon confit and white Russian gravy. I also enjoyed the “Home Brewer” and we tried the “Tried and True” with tomato soup gravy! If you want to take some home, you can buy a 4-pack of biscuits for $6.
I’m from the South, so I don’t mess around with buttermilk biscuits. These biscuits are just how I imagined they would be: Fresh, flaky, and buttery. (Best eaten with a fork and knife) Biscuit Wizard is located in the Saranac Commons Building in downtown Spokane. Stop in for breakfast. lunch, or dinner and enjoy a one-of-a-kind warm buttermilk biscuit with all the fix-ins!
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Biscuit Wizard (19 W. Main Ave Spokane, WA)