Hot Little Biscuit occupies a strategic corner in Virginia Highlands. It has a few tables but is mostly a takeout place. I stopped by to pick up a sample of their marquee item.
The biscuit seems to be of the beaten variety; it has a soft, sponge-style interior. My personal preference is a flaky biscuit---I think that a little heft holds the spreads better and generally fortifies one for the coming day. The biscuit had been brushed with butter before it went into the box, but flavored butter and jams were 50 cent add-ons. I found that policy to be very disappointing. I would think that a container of one spread would be the most welcoming way to serve these biscuits.