Doc Taylor's Restaurant

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I absolutely LOVE Doc Taylors. I no longer live in VA but everytime I go back Doc's is the one place I have to go to. Great breakfast, and the only good breakfast at the oceanfront!

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I absolutely LOVE Doc Taylors. I no longer live in VA but everytime I go back Doc's is the one place I have to go to. Great breakfast, and the only good breakfast at the oceanfront!

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Doc Taylors is the best place for breakfast. It represents the feel of Virginia Beach with it's relaxing atmosphere. The great drink specials, excellent food prices, and outstanding service is second to none. Just one trip to Doc Taylors and your family. Don't forget about the short distance to the beach and open kitchen where you can watch master chef Raymond Labuen cook on the grill.

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Doc Taylors is the best place for breakfast. It represents the feel of Virginia Beach with it's relaxing atmosphere. The great drink specials, excellent food prices, and outstanding service is second to none. Just one trip to Doc Taylors and your family. Don't forget about the short distance to the beach and open kitchen where you can watch master chef Raymond Labuen cook on the grill.

Pros: Great food, Great atmosphere, Great service.

Cons: What are the drawbacks?

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My fiance and I love to try different breakfast restaurants every weekend and this is our favorite by far. Unfortunately, there is almost always a wait but it is still worth it. Luckily they have a great morning happy hour and we easily pass the 30-40 minutes having a couple mamosas and bloody mary's.

Their pancakes are great. Their french toast is the best. Eggs great. Everything is just very good. The servers are always very friendly and everyone always seems to be in a great mood at this restaurant.

I highly recommend it to anyone.

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My fiance and I love to try different breakfast restaurants every weekend and this is our favorite by far. Unfortunately, there is almost always a wait but it is still worth it. Luckily they have a great morning happy hour and we easily pass the 30-40 minutes having a couple mamosas and bloody mary's.

Their pancakes are great. Their french toast is the best. Eggs great. Everything is just very good. The servers are always very friendly and everyone always seems to be in a great mood at this restaurant.

I highly recommend it to anyone.

Pros: Great food, always hot, great service, the best atmosphere

Cons: Almost always an extensive wait

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The lovely ladies at the Information booth on 25th and Atlantic suggested that we go here for lunch. Thank you, ladies! I wish that we had been able to try some breakfast dishes here, too, as the menu was very diverse and enticing, and the lunch entrees that we did have were fabulous.

I was there with my four children: 11, 13, 16, and 18. We were hungry for a sandwich or sub: we ended up with two different salads, a burger, a grilled chicken sandwich and my youngest's favorite anywhere we go: chicken fingers and fries. The atmosphere was very relaxed and friendly: it just says "beach". The food was prepared with a flair and was delicious: almost "special".

In all honesty, the service could have been better: I've never seen a place serve the youngest child last, there was confusion about which salad was the Greek and which was the spinach (!), and I thought that we waited longer than we should have, given the number of people in there at the time. However, our server was friendly and accommodating, and we enjoyed ourselves immensely. Go there. Often. If Doc Taylor's has gone out of business when we go back for our next vacation, I'm blaming you (or, at least, the girls at the Information kiosk!).

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The lovely ladies at the Information booth on 25th and Atlantic suggested that we go here for lunch. Thank you, ladies! I wish that we had been able to try some breakfast dishes here, too, as the menu was very diverse and enticing, and the lunch entrees that we did have were fabulous.

I was there with my four children: 11, 13, 16, and 18. We were hungry for a sandwich or sub: we ended up with two different salads, a burger, a grilled chicken sandwich and my youngest's favorite anywhere we go: chicken fingers and fries. The atmosphere was very relaxed and friendly: it just says "beach". The food was prepared with a flair and was delicious: almost "special".

In all honesty, the service could have been better: I've never seen a place serve the youngest child last, there was confusion about which salad was the Greek and which was the spinach (!), and I thought that we waited longer than we should have, given the number of people in there at the time. However, our server was friendly and accommodating, and we enjoyed ourselves immensely. Go there. Often. If Doc Taylor's has gone out of business when we go back for our next vacation, I'm blaming you (or, at least, the girls at the Information kiosk!).

Pros: Variety of selections: not the same old fare. Great atmosphere for a "beach restaurant"

Cons: Service a little off; somewhat noisy.

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This is the only good breakfast place I have found near the Oceanfront. It is in an old house the was later turned into a makeshift hospital in the early 1900's. Don't miss it if you come to Virginia Beach. They also have a full service bar.

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This is the only good breakfast place I have found near the Oceanfront. It is in an old house the was later turned into a makeshift hospital in the early 1900's. Don't miss it if you come to Virginia Beach. They also have a full service bar.

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Shhhhhh.. I'm going to let you in on a secret. There is a hidden gem in Virginia Beach -- so well hidden, that there isn't even a sign to let you know it is there! What looks from the street like a frame house with a large porch, and plenty of friends, is really the best breakfast and lunch location in the city. When the owners of one of the best dinner spots in the city, Tautog's, bought the house next door (which for years housed a doctor's office -- hence, the name), they went looking for the best possible breakfast and lunch cook, and captured Ray LaBuen. Ray rose to fame at the miniscule Belvedere Coffee Shop, in the ocean front hotel of the same name. He continues to work magic, just in a little larger setting. Breakfast is a treat. There are all of the standards, eggs any way you want them, your choice of breakfast meats (including country ham), grits or hash browns, and your choice of breads. Pancakes or waffles? Of course! But the specials are where Ray shines. Eggs benedict, with perfect hollandaise. One of my favorites is the Deep South -- eggs to order, with a side dish of cheddar cheese grits, flecked with salty, flavorful Virgina country ham. And I almost forgot -- $1.95 bloody marys, screwdrivers, mimosas, or greyhounds.

Lunch is just as wonderful -- think of the best drugstore lunch counter you have ever visited, and you will have a clear picture. Salads, sandwiches, burgers -- they are all here. But hurry --- the dream comes to an end every day at 3 PM.

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Shhhhhh.. I'm going to let you in on a secret. There is a hidden gem in Virginia Beach -- so well hidden, that there isn't even a sign to let you know it is there! What looks from the street like a frame house with a large porch, and plenty of friends, is really the best breakfast and lunch location in the city. When the owners of one of the best dinner spots in the city, Tautog's, bought the house next door (which for years housed a doctor's office -- hence, the name), they went looking for the best possible breakfast and lunch cook, and captured Ray LaBuen. Ray rose to fame at the miniscule Belvedere Coffee Shop, in the ocean front hotel of the same name. He continues to work magic, just in a little larger setting. Breakfast is a treat. There are all of the standards, eggs any way you want them, your choice of breakfast meats (including country ham), grits or hash browns, and your choice of breads. Pancakes or waffles? Of course! But the specials are where Ray shines. Eggs benedict, with perfect hollandaise. One of my favorites is the Deep South -- eggs to order, with a side dish of cheddar cheese grits, flecked with salty, flavorful Virgina country ham. And I almost forgot -- $1.95 bloody marys, screwdrivers, mimosas, or greyhounds.

Lunch is just as wonderful -- think of the best drugstore lunch counter you have ever visited, and you will have a clear picture. Salads, sandwiches, burgers -- they are all here. But hurry --- the dream comes to an end every day at 3 PM.

Pros: food, value

Cons: parking

 

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