Breakfast joint makes its comeback in the Highlands

Seth Rubin (left) is whipping up biscuits from his new restaurant space. Photo by Aaron Kremer.

Seth Rubin (left) is whipping up biscuits from his new restaurant space. Photo by Aaron Kremer.

After a year-long hibernation, the biscuits are finally baking in the Highlands.

Rise & Shine Biscuit Kitchen and Cafe is open at 5126 W. 29th Ave. at the former Rustic Tavern bar space. Restaurant owner Seth Rubin bought the building for $386,450 in February and opened his breakfast spot last Friday.

The restaurant dishes out biscuit-centric breakfast consisting of staple sandwiches with eggs, cheese, sausage and bacon.

The 29th Street spot is Rubin’s first standalone Rise & Shine, though he did share two buildings with Basil Doc’s Pizzeria. Those Rise & Shine locations closed earlier this year when the pizzeria added its own breakfast menu.

Seth Rubin (left) is whipping up biscuits from his new restaurant space. Photo by Aaron Kremer.

Seth Rubin (left) is whipping up biscuits from his new restaurant space. Photo by Aaron Kremer.

After having to close two locations, a biscuit-based breakfast restaurant is back up and running in a new standalone space.

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