Doughboys for toddlers?
Hi... anyone taken young toddlers to Doughboys for breakfast and if so, what was your experience? Menu looks broad enough for them and me and my husband. Do they have highchairs? Too crowded / too long a wait for kids? Looking at potentially going on the weekend but it would be something early, as in 8/8:30ish hopefully.
French toast and pancake options look awesome. Do they live up to the descriptions?
If you're going that early I don't think you'll encounter problems with wait & crowds. I am pretty sure they have high chairs too.
The only downside for the 3rd St location is no restrooms (last I recall) -- the Hollywood location off Highland do have them.
The pancakes are pretty solid there, not as impressed by the French Toast ~ I usually go for the "breakfast special" - 2 eggs, 2 bacon & your choice of pancake :)
I took my son to the old location on 3rd when he was about 1 1/2 and we did fine (I think I even posted about it.) It was a weekend and yes it was crowded but I think we got there early enough where either there was no wait or it wasn't too long (I think around 10 am.) I think you'd be more than fine going as early as 8/8:30! It's the Hollywood crowd that sleeps in!!! I'm almost positive they have high chairs or at the very least boosters because I don't think we could have eaten there without it.
I've never had the french toast or pancakes but I would think they would be good. I usually get the porridge... one time it was not good but the other 7 or 8 times I had it it was wonderful.
I actually found my post about going to Doughboy's with my toddler at 10 a.m. on a weekend. I guess it wasn't as good of an experience as I had remembered (I forgot about that bad table we got in the middle of the restaurant). But if you go before 9:00 I'd bet you'd get a good table, unless things are really different at the new location (I've never been.)