Son of a Biscuit launched in 2016. Video by Amelia Robinson

Two chances to brunch with beloved biscuit food truck this weekend

Brunch is always a welcome word and event for us.

Especially when it is served up with shopping or animal experiences on the side.

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Son of a Biscuit food truck serves up biscuits and gravy, quesadillas, breakfast sandwiches and more. TOM GILLIAM/CONTRIBUTED
Photo: Contributing Writer

Such is the case this weekend when Son of a Biscuit food truck will be parked in front of Daddy Katz on Friday, May 10 from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. serving up their phenomenal biscuits and gravy, killer quesadillas, breakfast sandwiches and more. Afterward, shop the retro, mid-century vintage pieces and antiques to help burn off a few calories.

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On Saturday, May 11, Son of a Biscuit will be at the Gem City Catfé serving up “Breakfast with cats!”

Son of a Biscuit food truck will be out back for breakfast, brunch or lunch from 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Start your day with a delicious breakfast and add some coffee or cocktails from the Catfé to enjoy.

The cat lounge will operate as usual — reservations are recommended. You can book online here.

Son of a Biscuit will be set up  in the parking lot of the gas station located at 912 Wayne Ave.  6 a.m. to 11 a.m.  Wednesday through Friday.
Photo: Photo: Son of a Biscuit

You can bring your drinks and small snacks into the cat lounge, but they’ll ask for larger food items to be finished before entering so the kitties don’t eat your entire breakfast.

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View the full menu at

It’s the weekend, it’s cats, coffee, cocktails and it’s delicious breakfast food, or it’s shopping like a hip Daddy ‘O.

Do one, or do both if you are feeling like an overachiever.

Visit the Son of a Biscuit food truck website for more information —

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