A surprising gem left over from a slower and gentler time. Everything made from scratch -- crab cakes, pies, cakes, fresh hamburger, seafood chowder, fresh steamed spiced shrimp and crabs. Homey and welcoming.
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Arrived for lunch. No greeters. No wait staff. Many diners looking lost for lack of service. Assessed the situation. No personnel anywhere. Departed after 10 minutes at table. Wondering why other lost souls at adjacent tables did not follow suit.
Drove 17 from Newport News towards Washington DC to avoid traffic. Stopped for lunch at To Do in Tappahannock, VA. Excellent crab cake and grilled shrimp po'boy sandwich. Sides of tasty butter beans and coleslaw. Friendly service! Waitress even brought water with ice for our...More
Drove from the Rescue Picnic at Reedville, and decided to spend the night in Tappannock. We had read the reviews on the To Do Cafe, and decided to eat there. We had our 5 year old adopted Springer Spaniel with us and we were worried...More
Very nice seafood and excellent service, but don't get turned off by looking at the building from the outside. The building is clean inside and outside, but it doesn't claim to be an architect's dream. Once you walk inside, you are greeted like a member...More
Excellent reviews on TripAdvisor. Looking at it from the outside there was a bit of hesitation. Police car in front - can't go wrong! What a hoot! The decor is early, old diner. Clean. Absolutely amazing. We were later in the lunch time window. Three...More
Stopped here because of reviews on Tripadvisor. Very unassuming place. No cars but we were early for lunch. Decided to give it a try. Excellent food! Husband said his fried oysters were some of the best he'd ever had. My fried shrimp was lightly battered...More
I have ridden by this place several times & we finally decided to stop by & try it. I am glad we did. They had big juicy burgers. The butter beans were good & the onion rings were as well. It is small but very...More