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Seattle: Biscuit Bitch

Self-described “Biscuit Bitch” Kim Allen started serving homemade buttermilk biscuits and gravy to feed the late-night bar crowd at Rena Poppell’s Caffé Lieto. Despite the tongue-in-cheek names like Hot Mess Bitch (biscuits and gravy with eggs, garlic cheese grits, grilled Louisiana hot links and jalapeños) and Buttered-Up Bitch (biscuit with butter and honey, jam, maple peanut butter or Nutella), these light, flaky biscuits are the real deal. Two years later, she’s still serving her late-night breakfast on weekends (until 2:30 a.m.), but has added a daily (morning) breakfast with vegan and gluten-free offerings to boot.

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