The Ten Best Biscuits in New York City

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10. Angel Biscuits, Commerce, 50 Commerce Street

A light and feathery texture helped to name the angel biscuits at this Greenwich Village hangout, where modern American plates are created and retouched by chef and owner Harold Moore. The biscuits are served alongside the restaurant's fried young chicken and are also available as a side of three.

Step aside cupcakes, hand pies, and -- yes, you too -- cronuts/doughsants, right now, NYC has all eyes on the biscuit. These soft and flaky staples of Southern cuisine have been working their way up north, and the recent entrance of 24-hour Empire Biscuit -- and the crowds that stormed the venue -- proves these rolls have officially arrived. While the classic rendition is still supremely appreciated, chefs are getting creative and particular about their leavened breads. Here, we present 10 hot biscuits to check out now in NYC -- at (almost) any hour of the day.

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Published on December 12, 2013

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