Even amid a pandemic, there are passionate chefs and restaurateurs looking ahead and planning their restaurant openings.
The latest are chef and cookbook author Mary Westfall (née Mattern) and A Day to Remember guitarist Neil Westfall, the power vegan couple behind pop-up outfit Winter Park Biscuit Co. If you recall, the pair intended on opening Heirloom Deli back in 2018, but when plans fell through, they refocused their energy on establishing Winter Park Biscuit Co. as a strong plant-based presence in Orlando.Pop-ups were staged across town, and the lines to sample Westfall's all-vegan versions of biscuits and sausage gravy, Buffalo "chikin" biscuit sandwiches and breakfast biscuit sandwiches were absolutely insane.
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