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July 06, 2015

Scratch Biscuits giving out free biscuits opening day

Mitch Prensky's new joint will finally open its doors

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Scratch's Fried Chicken Biscuit.

Mitch Prensky, of seasonal American restaurant Supper, is opening his new venture, Scratch Biscuits, Tuesday, July 7, at 7:30 a.m. To celebrate the day, the eatery is giving away biscuits to the first 50 customers. 

Scratch is a quick-serve biscuit sandwich joint serving regular and gluten-free options for breakfast, lunch and dinner in Center City. You can build your own sandwich from the shop's toppings or choose one of Prensky's rotating combinations. You can also forgo the biscuit altogether and just order the insides. 

For late-night weekend diners, Scratch will serve the $5 Buck Cluck (with fried chicken, pimento cheese and pickles) from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. out of the back door onto Drury Street. It will also serve Sip-N-Glo juices and Rival Bros. coffee.

Prensky's curated combos include the Dixie Biscuit for breakfast (egg, pimento cheese sauce and Benton's Country Ham) and the Brisket Biscuit (BBQ brisket, horseradish mayo, pickled red onions and smoked cheddar), the Fried Chicken Picnic Biscuit and the vegetarian Willie Nelson (black bean chili cake, garlicky kale, avocado, Creole remoulade) for lunch and dinner. Biscuit pudding will be served for dessert, naturally.