Ask yourself, what is the hallmark of Southern cooking? At the Biscuit Barn, we believe it is based on food that is prepared with Love and Joy. Customers know what good food is. The problem is trying to find it. 

Well, come to the Biscuit Barn and see what our Love and Joy can do for your appetite and enjoyment.                      

Owners Bryan and Elizabeth (Liz) Lindberg (brother and sister-in-law) purchased the Biscuit Barn in 2021. However, their business partnership goes back more than 20 years.                        

Bryan and Liz started off as part of the ownership team of the Red Rocker Inn in Black Mountain, North Carolina. Bryan came into the business after 8 years of culinary experience (6 years of which were in the Air Force and Army). Liz was a graduate of Johnson and Wales University of Culinary Arts.

Together, along with Liz' husband Derrick (another Johnson and Wales graduate) and Bryan and Derrick's parents, they owned and operated the Red Rocker Inn for 9 years.                        

During this time, the Inn was continually voted as the Best Bed and Breakfast in Western North Carolina. And, Southern Living recognized The Red Rocker as one of the Top 3 Small Country Inns of the South for 5 consecutive years. A great deal of that recognition was due to the Red Rocker's Fine Southern Dining - food made with Love and Joy, coupled with Customer Service second to none.                  

Eventually, the entire family relocated to Florida and Bryan and Liz remained business partners in other ventures, always with an eye out to get back into the restaurant business. That opportunity came in 2021 with the Biscuit Barn.                      

Bryan and Liz purchased the Biscuit Barn in December, 2021, and the rest is history. A long-time employee of the Biscuit Barn, Bryan's wife Muriah, was welcomed into the family in 2023.

With such a strong family tradition, The Barn is blessed with a caring and loyal staff who are laser-focused on customer service, emulating love and joy.                        

And the food really says it all. Just review the 100s of 5 star customer reviews:

"Best breakfast in the area"

"Best breakfast ever"

"Food to die for"  

"Made me feel like part of the family"

"So friendly and good"

"I love these guys. Extremely friendly, excellent service, great breakfast."

At the Red Rocker Inn, the Family adopted an operational creed as well as a set of practical rules to guide us in everyday living. Bryan, Liz and Muriah have carried this forward to the Biscuit Barn.


The Biscuit Barn Creed  

                                      Here is the foundation their business is built around:                        

We will strive to be a kind and caring establishment by showing love and respect to others at all times.                        

We will do this by reaching for the highest standards of quality and integrity in every area of service, every product, and every resource we provide to our customers, community and staff members.                       

                        Biscuit Barn Rules                        

Never judge a day by the weather.

The best things in life aren't things.

Tell the truth - there's less to remember

Goals are deceptive - the unaimed arrow never misses

He who dies with the most toys still dies.

Age is relative - when you're over the hill, you pick up speed.

There are two ways to be rich- make more or desire less.

No rain - no rainbows.

Life is short - eat dessert first.

To try and fail is at least to learn; to fail to try is to miss the treasure of what might have been.                        

Worry is like a rocking chair - it won't get you anywhere but it gives you something to do.                        

So, come try one of our specialty breakfasts, or a heaping plate of biscuits and homemade gravy, or one of our award-winning Angus burgers.


                                                   Come see how our love and joy in serving                                                           you can help you have truly a perfect day.