Don’t let Scratch Biscuit Kitchen’s name fool you. While WaterColor’s newest dining venue has already become the go-to for its fresh-baked tender, fluffy and buttery square-shaped biscuits, the restaurant also boasts a delicious variety of house-made specialties that will satisfy your cravings well beyond breakfast time – served up with Southern hospitality in a casual, family-friendly environment.
Scratch’s Not-So-Square lunch entrees include a variety of deliciously creative sandwiches on the restaurant’s signature sourdough bread, fresh-baked daily and served with your choice of a side salad or chips. Pair your sandwich with a shareable appetizer (pimento cheese or fried-green tomatoes, anyone?), or choose from a hefty menu of homecooked-style sides that include Southern favorites like country ham, bacon, Anson Mill grits and hash brown casserole.
Craving something a little sweeter? Scratch has you covered, with an assortment of house-made treats that include house-baked muffins, a “drunken” New Orleans-style bread pudding and biscuit doughnuts (seriously).
Those day-long coffee drinkers will also find plenty of it flowing, thanks to the restaurant’s daily selections of its own signature blend. Fellow coffee enthusiasts can join Scratch’s “Mug Club” to receive their own Scratch “Mug Club”-branded mug (learn more here).
Whether you’re in the mood for a hearty pre-beach breakfast, a post-pool lunch, an afternoon sweet treat or your second coffee of the day, Scratch has you covered.
Scratch Biscuit Kitchen is located in the WaterColor Town Center and is open daily, 7 a.m. – 2 p.m. (featuring live music on the weekends). Counter, indoor and outdoor seating is available; online ordering and curbside pickup are also available. For more information, visit www.scratchbk.com or call (850) 231-6550.
Details included in this story were accurate at time of publication but are subject to change based on seasonal schedules, amenity and/or operational updates. For the most current information, please visit the respective property’s website.