This biscuit shop started in Charleston, but over the past few years, it’s become one the best brunch spots in Virginia Highlands. They have seven different types of biscuits, each of which you can turn into a sandwich or cover in gravy. Seating is limited, but the biscuits hold up well if you’re getting them to go. Just make sure to get an extra for yourself.
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