Doyle Street Cafe

★★★★★
  • 5515 Doyle St 10

    Emeryville, CA 94608

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  • 510-547-3552

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Sat-Sun: 8am-2:45pm, Mon-Fri: 7am-2:45pm

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Tucked away down Doyle street is the greatest little restaurant. First of all there is always parking. They own a little parking lot across the street you can use. From the moment you walk into this restaurant you are greeted with smiles and warmness. I've been there at least a dozen times and every thing is delicious. They buy all their produce at the local farmers market, and hand make all their salad dressings. All the salads are tasty. I especially love the Creole omlet, chorizo sausage scramble and smoke salmon scramble. Everything is reasonably priced. My only complaint is they don't serve dinner and close at 2 pm. Try them out, you'll love them.

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★★★★★

Tucked away down Doyle street is the greatest little restaurant. First of all there is always parking. They own a little parking lot across the street you can use. From the moment you walk into this restaurant you are greeted with smiles and warmness. I've been there at least a dozen times and every thing is delicious. They buy all their produce at the local farmers market, and hand make all their salad dressings. All the salads are tasty. I especially love the Creole omlet, chorizo sausage scramble and smoke salmon scramble. Everything is reasonably priced. My only complaint is they don't serve dinner and close at 2 pm. Try them out, you'll love them.

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Great food. Good, friendly service. Terrific coffee (Peets) and yummy mochas. You can park and there's never a line for tables! I love the warm chicken salad. There's nothing like it.

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★★★★★

Great food. Good, friendly service. Terrific coffee (Peets) and yummy mochas. You can park and there's never a line for tables! I love the warm chicken salad. There's nothing like it.

Pros: Everything

Cons: it's a little expensive, but no more than other foo-foo breakfast places

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Boy, what a great restaurant!! That dynamic brother duo is excellent. But the person that really makes this restuarant worth going to is the adorable waitress Laura Johnson. The buzz word is that she gives the best service of any restaurant in the world! Not only is she beautiful and friendly and prompt with her service, but she makes you feel right at home! Way to go Laura.

2
★★★★★

Boy, what a great restaurant!! That dynamic brother duo is excellent. But the person that really makes this restuarant worth going to is the adorable waitress Laura Johnson. The buzz word is that she gives the best service of any restaurant in the world! Not only is she beautiful and friendly and prompt with her service, but she makes you feel right at home! Way to go Laura.

Pros: that fantastic waitress laura johnson

Cons: no pizza or nachos on menu

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The lunch menu as it is is very good, but the specials are often wonderful. Don't miss the soups; the soup/half sandwich combo is a sure winner that won't bust your pocketbook.

2
★★★★★

The lunch menu as it is is very good, but the specials are often wonderful. Don't miss the soups; the soup/half sandwich combo is a sure winner that won't bust your pocketbook.

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When rolling out of bed on a weekend when you want to relax, strolling into the kitchen and realizing you don't want to cook - Doyle Street Cafe is a wonderful home away from home. The food is always fresh and since the waiters are also the owners, there is always a smile on their faces, humor and care in all aspects of service. Great coffee and brunch place!

2
★★★★★

When rolling out of bed on a weekend when you want to relax, strolling into the kitchen and realizing you don't want to cook - Doyle Street Cafe is a wonderful home away from home. The food is always fresh and since the waiters are also the owners, there is always a smile on their faces, humor and care in all aspects of service. Great coffee and brunch place!

Pros: Inexpensive, Family restaurant, Good Food

Cons: , Noisy if busy, Can be Crowded

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Doyle Street Cafe is a great Sunday brunch location. The food is really great & served up quick. The service is always friendly and consistant. They serve Peet's (can't go wrong with that!) and the cornbread is magnificent! Our favorites are the Joe's Special, the chorizo scramble and the homefry heaven (not quite as good as the Homemade Cafe but a very very close second!!) One of our favorite Sunday meeting places, great for friends to meet up for delicious food. Casual dating environment. Healthy options are available as well as some veggie options.

2
★★★★★

Doyle Street Cafe is a great Sunday brunch location. The food is really great & served up quick. The service is always friendly and consistant. They serve Peet's (can't go wrong with that!) and the cornbread is magnificent! Our favorites are the Joe's Special, the chorizo scramble and the homefry heaven (not quite as good as the Homemade Cafe but a very very close second!!) One of our favorite Sunday meeting places, great for friends to meet up for delicious food. Casual dating environment. Healthy options are available as well as some veggie options.

Pros: food, service, prices

Cons: busy on sundays

 

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