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Head Bitch in Charge - Kimmie Spice

Head Bitch in Charge – Kimmie Spice

If you were walking around Belltown last night enjoying the gorgeous PNW spring like evening, you might have stumbled upon something happening near the corner of 3rd & Bell. The happenings were the “VIP Happy Hour” sneak preview at the Belltown’s newest restaurant Biscuit Bitch. This is the second location for “Head Bitch In-Charge” Kimmie Spice who had this to say regarding the warm reception she and her staff have received from passersby:

We have so many great ‘regulars’ at our Pike Place location, we are looking forward to building those same kind of relationships with our Belltown neighbors.- "Head Bitch In-Charge" Kimmie Spice

If you are not familiar with Biscuit Bitch, then you are in for a real treat. They offer “Southern Inspired Fixins” including my personal favorite “Straight-Up Bitch” (a big warm fluffy yet crispy biscuit, covered in sausage gravy) and you cannot forget the best seller “Gritty Scrambled Cheesy Bitch” (biscuit and gravy smothered in cheese, scrambled eggs, and garlic grits.) Also while they are not a dedicated a gluten-free bakery, they do offer a gluten-free biscuit and don’t forget your “Kick-Ass Espresso” brewed from Seven Roasters out of Ballard.


Counter, Kitchen, and Awesome Staff!


Biscuit Bitch has also been featured on Travel Channel’s Feed The Beast, where it won “Best Late Night Eats” in Seattle. As well as featured in Food and Wine – Best Biscuits in the US, Wall Street Journal – Biscuit Sandwich Reciepes for Breakfast and Beyond , New York Times – Biscuits and Scones Share Tender Secrets, and numerous local publications.

Biscuit Bitch Belltown location is at 2303 3rd Ave. and in the 1st floor of the Belltown Inn. Kendra Cornejo, the General Manager of Belltown Inn, is super excited for the new restaurant and had this to say: 

Here at Belltown Inn we are very excited to welcome Biscuit Bitch to the neighborhood and think they will make a fantastic addition to Belltown. Yesterday I had the pleasure of attending their soft opening and Kim Spice, the owner, has outdone herself transforming the space and creating what I can already feel is becoming a great local spot. With such proximity to the Bell Street Park I’m looking forward to utilizing the sidewalk seating as we move into Spring and Summer!- Kendra Cornejo - GM of Belltown Inn

The new location will be serving breakfast all day, with the lunch-style offerings to come later.  They are having a special late-night public preview this Friday and Saturday night from 9:00pm – 2:30am, and will be officially opening at 7:30am Tuesday March 17. Normal hours of operation will be *Tuesday- Friday (7:30am – 3:00pm), Saturday & Sunday (8:30am – 3:00pm) and late nights Friday & Saturday (9:00pm – 2:30am)
*Once the new location is fully staffed they will also be open on Mondays (7:30am – 3:00pm)