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Biscuits Brisket & Beer at Stock + Grain Assembly

Categories Barbeque Bistro/Grill/Cafe Brewery/Tavern/Winery/Bar


275 North Elm St
Stock + Grain Assembly
High Point, NC 27262

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Biscuits Brisket & Beer - already open at Stock + Grain Assembly


HIGH POINT, North Carolina (July 27, 2022) Biscuits Brisket & Beer, serving classic smoked meats and Texas-style BBQ, biscuits, brisket and beer, announces its opening plans at Stock + Grain Assembly:


"There is only a certain amount of BBQ that we can make per day, so once we’re out, we’re out, and we’ll be back at it again the next day," said restaurant owner Chris Ryker, founder of NC Beer Pride and co-owner of Bevelry and Cahoots. "The likelihood of us running out before dinner time is extremely high, so please plan accordingly."


Ryker said since announcing Biscuits Brisket & Beer last year he has enhanced the menu to include options for everyone, including a sampler platter named the “Big Gull” featuring a quarter pound brisket and smoked turkey, one link of spicy chicken sausage and a biscuit with one topping. Biscuit toppings are all locally sourced as much as possible and feature sawmill gravy, local honey, homemade pimento cheese, molasses and fried green tomato.


Biscuits Brisket & Beer utilizes a cashless payment system. All major debit and credit cards, as well as Apple Pay and Google Pay, are accepted.


For more information, follow @biscuits_brisket_beer on Instagram and Biscuits-Brisket-Beer on Facebook.


Six other food & beverage partners have opened to date: Yumi Sushi, Pop's Mini Doughnut Shop, Damn Good Dogs, Message Coffee and Bevelry and Cahoots, Stock + Grain Assembly's two neighborhood bars. Miss Johnnie Mae’s Kitchen is the most recent partner to have joined the food hall lineup.


About Stock + Grain Assembly

Stock + Grain Assembly is a food hall comprised of nine independently owned food concepts and two bars (a centrally located craft bar and a unique outdoor bar) on the first floor of The Outfields’ lead-off building at 275 North Elm. With unparalleled access to foot traffic from Truist Point Stadium and the Festival Plaza, the 12,000-square-foot modern marketplace is central to the High Point community and an amenity to the revitalized downtown. More info:

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