WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

WKHS News | By Kilbourne, For Kilbourne

Maple Street Biscuit Company

The entrance of Maple Street biscuit by Breakfast with Nick.

In the past few months, High Street has rapidly expanded its repertoire of restaurants and businesses. One of the most recent is Maple Street Biscuit Company, located at 7105 N High St in Worthington. The joint originated in Jacksonville, Florida in 2012 and has only extended its reach since.With decadent dishes that have been featured on Food Network, it is safe to say that they have set the standard for brunch spots in Columbus.

The entrance to Maple Street Biscuit Company.

True to their name, the highlight of their menu is the flaky, buttery biscuits that are made from scratch daily. The biscuits, which feature a crispy outer layer, are expertly able to maintain fluffiness inside and are paired with freshly fried chicken, sizzling bacon, melty cheese, and many more. Maple Street Biscuit’s goal is to create “comfort food with a twist,” something that their stuffed sandwiches have no trouble accomplishing.

“The Farmer” sandwich

The restaurant, nestled between other up-and-coming businesses, has a traditional brunch joint feel, all the way down to the line of customers eagerly awaiting their chance to order.


“On weekends, the line is out the door,” said an employee, “but on weekdays, it’s a lot slower. If you’re looking for the perfect time to come in, come on a Tuesday.”

Despite the lines, their service is still friendly and efficient. The wait time once an order has been placed is surprisingly short, even when the building is teeming with diners. 

Maple Street Biscuit Company buzzing with customers.

The bustling atmosphere of the restaurant is accompanied by delicious breakfast, brunch, and lunch items. Though they specialize in breakfast sandwiches, there are options of French toast, chicken and waffles, or a classic “Retro Plate:” eggs, bacon, hash browns, and biscuits. In addition, there are savory “sidekicks,” such as maple sausage meatballs, maple pepper bacon, bluegrass grits, and more.

The Retro Plate
Chicken and waffle plate.

Everything is made with fresh ingredients, a fact is subtly emphasized by the steaming plates brought out. Their portion sizes also do not disappoint. Gone are the days of expensive brunch joints that serve lousy amounts of food for their prices. Chicken breasts the size of plates coming together with sizzling strips of bacon to create breakfast sandwiches a mile high? Yes, please.

The true star of Maple Street Biscuit Company, however, is the taste. Each bite bursts with flavor, expertly working with sweet and savory tastes to create a well-balanced bite. The Farmer, a sandwich with fried chicken, bacon, cheddar cheese, and apple butter, is a perfect example. The spiciness of the fried chicken coordinates perfectly with the sweetness in the apple butter, offering delicious notes to each element. Consistent with their character, many of their menu items and sidekicks feature hints of maple throughout, from bacon to butter.

Maple Street Biscuit Company is open from 7 am to 3 pm Monday through Sunday. Be sure to check them out!

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Hi, I'm Kaitlyn! I'm a writer for the Ravine and sophomore here at Kilbourne. When I'm not in school, I love to read, bake, and hang out with my friends and family. I run cross country and both indoor and outdoor track, and am a member of the Interact club. This is my first year on the Ravine, and I hope you enjoy the stories we have to share!

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