Restaurant with flaky biscuits and spicy fried chicken rises in Keller
UPDATE 5-6-2022: The restaurant is now open, keeping the hours of 7 am-2 pm daily.
The biscuits are coming to Keller: Maple Street Biscuit Company, a Florida-based chain known for chicken biscuit sandwiches, will open a location at 967 Keller Pkwy., in a small shopping center at the intersection of Rufe Snow Dr.
According to a post from the city of Keller, they'll be opening in March.
Maple Street is a friendly concept that was founded in Jacksonville in 2012. They prefer not to be called a chain, but they currently have more than 40 locations across the Southeast in Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and the Carolinas. Keller will be their first location in Tarrant County and the second in Texas, following Frisco which opened in 2018.
A large portion of their menu is dedicated to chicken biscuit sandwiches, made with flaky buttermilk biscuits:
- fried chicken with bacon and cheddar cheese
- fried chicken with honey mustard
- fried chicken with bacon and maple syrup
- fried chicken with bacon cheddar and apple butter
- fried chicken with goat cheese and pepper jelly
- fried chicken with buffalo sauce
- fried chicken with tomato sauce and feta cheese
There are also biscuits & gravy, a biscuit BLT, veggie biscuit sandwich with goat cheese and spinach, and a biscuit dessert: French toast biscuits with pecans and cinnamon chips baked in, topped with strawberries and whipped cream.
Their cornerstone is the fried chick biscuit sandwich, but they also do chicken & waffles, oatmeal, home-fries, sweet potato fries, fried green tomatoes, and a layered potato dish with hash brown potatoes and smoked gouda cheese.
Their biscuits are round and flaky, and the chicken is a 4-ounce boneless chicken breast with a little spice in the breading, to give it a little kick.
They foster a sense of community with community-style seating, and they close on Sundays. Their hours are 7 am-2 pm weekdays and 7 am-3 pm on Saturdays.
Keller’s will be their first Tarrant County location and only their second expansion into the Texas market following their first storefront in Frisco.