Winter Park Biscuit Co. popping up at East End Market serving vegan breakfast

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Vegan biscuits - MARY MATTERN
  • Mary Mattern
  • Vegan biscuits
Mary Mattern is really out to establish a meatless presence in this cow town.

You'll recall Mattern — former road chef for Blink-182 — and her soon-to-be husband — Day to Remember guitarist Neil Westfall — will open the highly anticipated Heirloom Deli later this year.



A location for the all-vegan eatery is yet to be announced, as is an opening date (possibly April), but Mattern has another ace up her flour-dusted sleeve.

Mattern will open her pop-up Winter Park Biscuit Co. next month at East End Market and serve all-vegan versions of biscuits and sausage gravy, Buffalo "chikin" biscuit sandwiches, and breakfast biscuit sandwiches.
Ftried chikin biscuit sandwich with Thousand Islands dressing and sweet pickles. - MARY MATTERN
  • Mary Mattern
  • Ftried chikin biscuit sandwich with Thousand Islands dressing and sweet pickles.
The pop-up is expected to run for at least a couple of weeks.



East End Market owner-founder John Rife says the Winter Park Biscuit Co. will pop up either in the front garden or in the courtyard. Wherever it is, he seemed quite keen at the prospect of having Mattern's vegan biscuits at the market.

"I just wanna see shit happen in Orlando!"

Don't we all.

Winter Park Biscuit Company

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