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Doc Taylor's


207 23rd St, Virginia Beach
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This breakfast and lunch joint used to house an old doctor’s office, but instead of pharmaceutical pamphlets or jars of mystery candy, you’ll now find people enjoying pancakes, biscuits topped with gravy, and breakfast sandwiches. Go for the Doc Taylor, which comes with a fried egg, bacon, cheese, and grilled parmesan tomatoes on an onion roll and packs a ton of savoriness in each bite. The interior dining space has that old-town feel you only get from eating in someone’s old living room, and the patio seating is great for enjoying some sunshine and the ocean breeze. 

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