Biscuitville Fresh Southern, a local family-owned restaurant widely known for its Southern cooking, that’s scratch-made and uses locally sourced ingredients, will open a new restaurant at 4524 West Market in Greensboro at 5 a.m. on Wednesday, April 3. Biscuitville will close its restaurant at 4505 West Market on Sunday, March 31 at 2 p.m. to allow employees from the old location time to transition to the new restaurant.

As part of the opening of the new West Market Street restaurant, Biscuitville is partnering with the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina to collect non-perishable food items to replenish local food pantries. Every person who brings a non-perishable food item to the Biscuitville on 4524 West Market Street during grand opening day on April 3, will receive a coupon for a free biscuit (limit one coupon per person) for their next visit. 

Additionally, guests will be able to celebrate the opening of the new location on April 3 from 5 a.m. until noon with a chance to win prizes from the prize wheel (while supplies last). Guests also will be able to sign-up for a chance to win Free Breakfast for a Year. Biscuitville will award the Free Breakfast for a Year by randomly selecting fifty of the entries received on opening day. Selected winners will be notified the following week.

“Our new West Market restaurant features the best of what our guests have always loved about Biscuitville and offers a fresh, new look with additional amenities, including a double drive-thru.  The design was carefully crafted to be warm and welcoming to provide a comfortable, family-friendly dining experience,” Biscuitville President Kathie Niven says. “I hope as many guests as possible will visit our new restaurant on our grand opening day to help benefit our friends at Second Harvest. We’re looking forward to seeing our loyal customers from our 4505 West Market restaurant and believe they will feel right at home at our new location.”

James Cline will serve as operator of Biscuitville’s new West Market Street location.  He has been a member of the Biscuitville Fresh Southern family since November 2016. Cline was born and raised in Burlington, North Carolina. After graduating from high school, Cline followed his father’s passion for cooking and began an internship at Grill 584 in Burlington where he served as a sous-chef for four years. After transitioning to front of house manager at Grill 584 for a year, he left to join Biscuitville.

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