Biscuit Bitch is harder to find than you’d expect. Instead of the name being proclaimed loudly on an awning or storefront, it’s quietly presented as a small sticker on the front window. Maybe there are laws about that sort of thing. (If you are looking out for the name, look for Caffe Lieto)
One thing is for sure- Biscuit Bitch has quite the name. This Biscuit-ful cafe offers up a slew of not exactly family friendly named dishes. The cafe is Southern inspired and is located near Pike Place Market.
Hungry? Fill up with a Gritty Cheesy Scrambled Bitch. (Biscuit and Gravy smothered in Cheese, Scrambled Eggs & Garlic Grits) Want something a little smaller? Nosh on a Straight Up Bitch (just a biscuit and sausage gravy). If grits and gravy isn’t your thing, you are welcome to have a Canadian Bitch (Biscuit, Maple Peanut Butter, Bacon) or a Bitch-wich.
Portion sizes are huge and reasonable priced at around $6-$9 a loaded biscuit.
I stuck with the pretty simple, “Bitch Diner Breakfast”, ($7.20) because I’m not a fan of grits/gravy. This breakfast comes with 2 Eggs, a sausage patty, a Big Ass Biscuit, Butter and Jam for $7.20. Now, the biscuit was fluffy and delicious, but I wish that I had gotten a heftier breakfast like the combination biscuits! No matter, next time I visit Seattle, I’ll fix that.
Along with my breakfast, I indulged in a Seattle Fog (a variation of a London Fog, and my current tea obsession).
The boys had no qualms with grits or gravy, and devoured two delicious lookin’ Bitches. Yum.