September is National Biscuit Month, and whether you smother them in warm sausage gravy or load them up with your favorite jam and creamy butter, you’re in luck! San Diego’s hottest eateries are here to cater to your biscuit needs, boasting dishes that are well-suited to the occasion!
Backyard Kitchen & Tap is known for its eclectic beach vibes and lively location in Pacific Beach, so it’s only fitting that they tout an supreme brunch menu to match. Dig your fork into their signature Biscuit n’ Gravy, a hearty serving of scratch cheddar scallion biscuit, country sausage gravy, farm-fresh eggs any style, and your choice of fresh Applewood smoked bacon or all-natural Birkshire pork sausage links. A toothsome Southern classic with a twist, this mid-morning meal pairs perfectly with Backyard’s laidback setting.
If people-watching in the Gaslamp District is your idea of a day well-spent, head to Union Kitchen & Tap and treat yourself to a meal on their open-air patio. Bask in the Gaslamp’s energetic atmosphere as you enjoy an order of Smoked Salmon Benedict, carefully crafted from a honey buttermilk biscuit, smoked Scottish salmon, wilted spinach, old bay hollandaise and fried capers, all accompanied by crispy breakfast potatoes.
A Gaslamp favorite and quirky dining destination for those seeking quality cuisine and lively vibes, The Smoking Gunbrings southern comfort food infused with a creative spin to San Diego’s biscuit-lovin’ foodies. Clad in retro style and brimming with urban flair indicative of its location, this neighborhood eatery offers a variety of biscuit ‘n’ gravy options, including their popular Brisket Biscuit N’ Gravy, stacked with smoked beef brisket, barbecue gravy, caramelized onions, arugula and two eggs.
Bub’s @ the Beach has been a Pacific Beach favorite for 20 years now, and for good reason! Beloved for its down-to-earth personality and downright delectable menu items, Bub’s slings their mouthwatering Gravy and Biscuits, a traditional serving of two freshly-baked biscuits topped with their house sage sausage gravy and cheesy scrambled eggs served with breakfast potatoes, a combo sure to please all palates, including those who grew up with the Southern specialty.