Taylor in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Television. Discover best restaurants in Taylor with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 344 reviews
Don’t be fooled as you enter the unassuming front door, and please be patient as you wait in line at this award winning BBQ. Pass the time by reading the moment is in the wall, and the awards earned. Our group samples, sandwiches of pulled pork, brisket and chicken, ribs, sausage and brisket with sides of cole slaw. Every bite was fantastic!! The staff is very friendly and not at all in a rush to push people through, seating is ample and welcoming! Sit and enjoy your meal, please go out of your way to find landmark!
5 based on 15 reviews
This family- run bakery has been putting out incredible goodies for at least the 30 years I have visited. Top notch kolaches, the best apple strudel ever, delicious coffee cakes, creme cakes, gingerbread, wedding cookies, cinnamon rolls to die for, oatmeal lace cookies, and other treats like you WISH your grandma had made ! Lovely ladies with warm hearts. Irene nearly adopts you into her family by your second or third visit. Must try the prune kolaches. Sausage ones, peach, and cinnamon rolls are all addictive! We always pick up a strudel and some other goodies when we pass through Taylor. If I still lived too close, I would probably not fit through their door!
4.5 based on 10 reviews
Highly recommended for an on-the-go breakfast. They have a wide array of breakfast sandwiches, including Texas kolaches, croissants, and tacos, as well as lots of fresh made pastries. Everything is fresh and soooo good. We spent a week in Taylor, Tx. (very pleasant little town) and got breakfast here several mornings. Grandkids loved it as well as Grandma. Not only is the breakfast really good, the staff is super friendly. Stop by and see for yourself. (Short hours: 5AM to 1PM)
3 based on 5 reviews
This Dairy Queen consistently produces a quality product; however, many times the restaurant seems understaffed and it takes quite a while for hot food to come out. The staff are still friendly even during the times when the restaurant is swamped. If the owners invested in another staff person during lunch, it would greatly improve customer service.
4 based on 42 reviews
Recently stopped in for lunch and who knew this little spot would have really good fried oysters? They were quite delicious and their special sauce was very interesting. The staff is attentive and they keep the place in tip-top shape with refills on drinks. They...MoreThank you for your kind words! We hope to see you again soon!
4 based on 60 reviews
We went to Taylor Cafe for BBQ because it was listed on the Texas BBQ Trail map. The brisket and sausage were definitely not to the level of other places on the trail. The atmosphere is different, for sure. It is a bar (that still allows smoking apparently) that serves BBQ. I am not opposed to bars by any means, but it is definitely a local bar. The people are friendly, but you definitely feel out of place. I would be willing to enter the place again if the BBQ made it worth it, but...
4.5 based on 34 reviews
Ricoco's is a family-run restautant that has been in Taylor for years, at least ten, I think. They continue to serve unexpected and delicious food with a twist that no other restaurant has done. They are definitely NOT Tex-Mex and have a delightfully fresh approach to their Latin-inspired cuisine. Whether it's the Caldo de pollo, the Burrito Supremo, the Enchiladas Suizas (my favorite), or one of their creative pasta dishes, they do not disappoint. The building is located downtown and has quite an interesting history. The family headed by Richard and Coco are very accommodating and make you feel relaxed and welcomed immediately. Definitely one of the best restaurants in town!
4.5 based on 15 reviews
We were traveling from San Antonio to Longview and hit Taylor around lunch time. Decided to take a risk on a local place, and it definitely paid off! We all had calzones, and they were awesome - and pretty inexpensive, too boot. The place doesn't look like much, but the food is definitely worth going back for.
5 based on 14 reviews
This place has been feeding our family for 4 generation! Also known as "Boogers Tacos", this place started small and grew like crazy. The food and the prices can't be beat!
4.5 based on 17 reviews
This is a very, very unlikely place to serve me one of the best burgers I've had in my life, but here we are. Ed's is so authentic it looks phony, with laser printed "humerous" signs and slogans and college football or hunting on the TV. Beers are cheap and cold and service is sweet and quick. But its the burger you want. Thin, almost to the point of crispy, latticed meat served simply on a perfectly toasted bun. Chopped lettuce, onions, thin sliced tomato and lots of pickles. And somehow it comes together like magic. We had great memories of this hamburger from a visit a few years ago and were positive it wouldn't live up to our memories but it did.
This weird place keeps weird hours. They close at 5 on saturdays and are closed sunday and monday.
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