Biscuitville opens new location in Spout Springs

Grand opening week benefiting America’s Warrior Partnership

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FAYETTEVILLE — Less than a month after opening its first Fayetteville location on Grove Street, Biscuitville Fresh Southern opened its second area restaurant in Spout Springs at 5 a.m. on Wednesday. The Spout Springs restaurant is located at 1608 N.C. Highway 24-87 in the Oaks at North Gate shopping center next to Advance Auto Parts. Biscuitville is open 5 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. until 2 p.m. on Sundays.

As part of the opening celebration for the Spout Springs restaurant, Biscuitville is partnering with America’s Warrior Partnership, an organization committed to empowering communities to empower veterans by amplifying the work of established nonprofits and government agencies located in the Fayetteville area. America’s Warrior Partnership brings necessary and unifying resources to communities and offers support to the men and women who have served the nation. Under the partnership, Biscuitville will contribute 10% of sales now through July 30 to America’s Warrior Partnership.

“My father Maurice, who still lives in our hometown of Greensboro, founded Biscuitville back in 1966 using our family’s time-honored biscuit recipe. We’ve stayed true to my father’s vision for Biscuitville to remain locally operated and family owned,” Biscuitville CEO Burney Jennings said. “The community reaction to our Grove Street opening in Fayetteville was nothing short of phenomenal. We’re thankful for the many new friends we’ve made and look forward to getting to know even more friends in the Spout Springs and Cameron area.”

Sam Maddox will serve as operator of the Spout Springs Biscuitville. Maddox has been a member of the Biscuitville Fresh Southern family since he rejoined the company in August 2018. Born and raised in Amelia, Virginia, Maddox attended Virginia Tech. While going to college, he worked at various restaurants getting experience. Maddox has worked in several Biscuitville locations — most recently in Sanford.

Biscuitville, which has 57 restaurants in North Carolina and Virginia, has remodeled dozens of its existing locations during the last three years as part of a growth phase for the company and has also introduced several new menu items.

All of Biscuitville’s new restaurants, the remodeled locations, and new menu items are built on Biscuitville’s foundation of serving fresh, scratch-made food using locally sourced ingredients, including flour from Henderson; country ham cured in Wilkesboro; coffee from Concord; eggs from Monroe; chicken from Mount Airy, Georgia; and pickles from Mount Olive.

Biscuitville features a large biscuit window, which allows guests to view the biscuit-making process.

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