The Biscuit is moving into East Boston to re-open KO Pies as Seabiscuit and letting you, their community, fund the opening. When you contribute to the campaign, you get back 120% of your contribution as credits to use at Seabiscuit over the year. The more you support, the more credits you get back to use at Seabiscuit! Note: Seabiscuit must hit the campaign goal for credits to be sent, otherwise your contribution is returned.
I used to pop into the biscuit when I worked over on Properzi. Excited to have this deliciousness so close by!
EastieLove is thrilled to have a creative small businesses continue in the shipyard!!!
We loved the Biscuit at its' original location. Our whole family loved the set-up at Bow Market, especially during the height of the Pandemic. We also love Eastie and KO. It will be great to have a place to have coffee while walking around that neighborhood.
How it works
Seabiscuit can raise a maximum of $40,000, so get your contributions in before the campaign closes
Support the campaign
Contribute any amount you'd like to Seabiscuit's crowdfunding campaign
Earn 20% more in credits
If you give $100, you'll get back $120 worth of credits to use at Seabiscuit over the year
Get your credits
Starting just 30 days after the campaign closes, we'll email credits to you in equal parts, every month, for a year
Use Your Credits
Get all of your favorites from Seabiscuit throughout the year in store and for pick up
What You're Funding
Two legendary locations forming a new future in East Boston
✅ A BIG Reopening of KO
What once was KO Pies and The Biscuit will now be "Seabiscuit," opening in the Shipyard KO Pies space
✅ An Expanded Menu & Operation
Think Australian pies, baked pastries, coffee, drinks and East Boston creativity
✅ A Bigger Team
Building on The Biscuit and KO teams to staff the growth of Seabiscuit
After a decade working in the restaurant industry, Andrew and Greta Platt decided to strike out on their own to create a neighborhood bakery. In 2004, The Biscuit was born in Cambridge with Andrew serving as pastry chef and Greta managing the front of the house. The Biscuit quickly became a community institution, serving coffee and baked goods to residents and commuters across the area. After 16 years in Cambridge and a year of Covid-resiliency, the Platt's had an idea. Why not try out Boston?
Having fallen in love with KO Pies in East Boston years ago, the potential for the Platts to transition into the space was an exciting one. With Boston Harbor an oven-stone's throw away, The Biscuit has now become "Seabiscuit."
If the campaign goal is met, we’ll email you a code for your first credits one month after the campaign closes. You’ll get more credits every month for one year.
If the campaign goals aren’t met, we’ll return any amount contributed to the card you used to submit.
How do I use my credits?
Simply enter the code you receive by email when checking out at Seabiscuit online or in-store. Your credits will expire 12 months after you receive them. We want you to enjoy more of the pastries, coffee and pies Seabiscuit has on deck.
Can I use my credits at The Biscuit?
Yes! Until Seabiscuit opens, you'll be able to use your credits at The Biscuit's current pick up operation.
Is there magic sprinkled in the muffins?
It wouldn't be magic if we told you.
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