Lee's Cafe has been around in Lubbock for a long time. It is a great place to get some home-cooked food. The owners from Lee's Cafe then added Royal Seafood, Bucket of Love, and Doc's Cafeteria to their list of restaurants they own.

All their restaurants have been loved and supported by the community.

Well one of them is closed down and moved to join another location. The Royal Seafood and Lee's Cafe combination location on Milwaukee has moved to join their newest restaurant, Docs Cafeteria.

It is a new concept they haven't done before. Dorothy Lee says it will be a one-stop buffet. You will come to the line one time and choose your meat choice and up to five sides. After that, you will go down the line and pick your bread choice, one dessert, drink, and complimentary ice cream.

Docs cafeteria
Docs cafeteria

So now you can get three types of their food at one location.

So how does it work? Tuesday is basically Lee’s Cafe Day at Docs and Wednesday is Seafood and Catfish Day. Tuesday is their soul food day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.,  Wednesday is all-day seafood plus all-you-can-eat catfish, and Thursday through Sunday they also have a lunch special for $8.99 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Lee's Cafe
Lee's Cafe

Now just because they have special days doesn't mean you still can't get the food. You are welcome to ask about Lees or Royal items on the other days as well. Those are offered Tuesday through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Bucket of Love is still at its same location, 6012 82nd St Suite E, Lubbock, TX 79424. Doc's Cafeteria is located at 4919 34th Street Lubbock, TX.

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