The Big Biscuit is now open in Prairie Village



The biscuits are serious business at The Big Biscuit.
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  • The biscuits are serious business at the Big Biscuit.
The biscuits have been bigger in Prairie Village for two weeks now. The Big Biscuit Co. opened its fourth location in the metro area on May 17 at 5400 W. 95th St., the former Le Peep space.

The Big Biscuit serves breakfast and lunch with portions that often overflow the plates, such as the 1/2-pound ham steak that is a de facto eating challenge. There are 10 kinds of pancakes if you include the pigs in blankets (sausages wrapped in buttermilk pancakes) and a heap of omelets, waffles, scrambles and French toast. Lunch is burgers, sandwiches, salads and soups in the style of a country diner - it's not eating, unless there is something fried on the plate.

The first location for the breakfast spot opened in Independence in 2000 with a Blue Springs outpost following five years later. Founder Dan Gerson sold the business in 2009 to the current owners: David Offerdahl, Jay Carpenter and his father, Keith Carpenter. The trio opened the third location in Shawnee last year. The Big Biscuit in Prairie Village is open from 6:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily.

Anybody been to the Prairie Village location or have thoughts on the other three restaurants?
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