You can't get much more of a Southern dish than biscuits and gravy. And in Lexington, folks have their favorite tried-and-true places to get them. Take the poll and let us know your favorite restaurants for this Southern staple dish. Just write your answer in the comments section below or on Facebook.
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621 W. Main St., 4610 Augusta Road
The total number of house-made biscuits sold at all 15 Lizard's Thicket restaurants each month is 38,000, according to community relations manager Sara Krisnow. Diners can choose to top those fluffy delights with white or sausage gravy. (You could even sub the biscuit for Texas toast for a change).
711 W. Main St.
A local favorite, Roy's Grille is located inside the Exxon gas station on W. Main Street just across from the Lexington Post Office. In addition to making his own bacon, owner Chris Williams also makes fluffy buttermilk biscuits and a rich, creole seafood gravy you're unlikely to find anywhere else.
205 Columbia Ave.
Eggs Up Grill serves up a rich sausage gravy to top the restaurant's house-made biscuits. Order the "biscuit-wich" to get a sausage patty, egg and cheese on a grilled biscuit with the sausage gravy on the side for dipping.
1105 W. Main St.
The Hardee’s on Lexington's W. Main Street has a large and loyal breakfast crowd. Biscuits are made fresh every morning and topped with sausage gravy.
711 E. Main St.
Located in the Old Mill on East Main Street, Creekside has been a favorite breakfast hangout in Lexington for years. Get white or sausage gravy atop the fluffy buttermilk biscuits or toast.
J&L’s Old Country Store
679 Two Notch Road
J&L’s is one of those hidden gems that you wish you knew about when you visited a town. Located in a former gas station on Two Notch Road at Emmanuel Church Road, the locally owned and operated restaurant serves housemade gravy and buttermilk biscuits.
5165 Sunset Blvd., 1045 S. Lake Drive, 4863 Augusta Hwy.
At Bojangles', the made-from-scratch buttermilk biscuits are topped with a house-made sausage gravy that is in no way light on the sausage.
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