The doors open at 10 a.m. and biscuits will be served until 2 p.m. Delta Biscuit owner Hayne Begley suggests folks arrive early because seating is limited and he expects the biscuits will run out. And with the loss of an hour due to daylight saving time, Delta Biscuit will be serving Blue Sail Coffee for those in need of a caffeine boost.
Here's the menu for the March 11 Pop-up:
Campfire Biscuits: deep-fried biscuit dough tossed in cinnamon and sugar, served with maple syrup
Pimento Cheese Jar: homemade pimento cheese served with house-made crackers
Biscuits and Gravy with Bacon: a giant biscuit served with sausage gravy and a side of crispy bacon
BST: biscuit topped with crispy bacon, homemade slaw, and tomato
The Mimi: biscuit topped with fried chicken, apple butter and a fried egg
Begly started Delta Biscuit Co. nearly two years ago. He went back and forth on whether to start a brick-and-mortar or a food truck first, and the food truck won out. After help from an Indiegogo campaign, Begley has been putting the final touches on the Delta Biscuit food truck and plans to open up shop this spring.
If you can't make it to Flyway this weekend, Begley has a few more upcoming events including a "brinner" at Honey Pies on April 5 and a Blue Sail Counter takeover (date TBD).
For more info about this weekend's pop-up, head to the Facebook event page.