The company’s new brick-and-mortar location, Ozark Mountain Biscuit and Bar, serves the food truck’s characteristic fare alongside new dishes.
This summer, the popular food truck will launch a brick-and-mortar concept with the same buttery biscuit sandwiches served alongside new dishes and drinks.
The food truck has earned a reputation in Columbia for its flaky buttermilk biscuits.
She's the festival manager at Ozark Mountain Biscuit Co. and owner of Pasta La Fata.
His food truck has become a perennial Columbia favorite.
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Shelly La Fata also sells her ravioli at the farmers' market and teaches in-home cooking courses.
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