This restaurant is worth a visit for the ambience and the history of the building itself. The lobby bar is a great place for a pre dinner drink and to listen to some music. When we were there in March, the fireplaces were going - it was a great place to get in out of the wind. The food at Doc Martins was very good. My husband had an elk burger that was exceptional. I had a Wahoo special that was good, but not exceptional. The rabbit and rattlesnake sausage appetizer was really different and good. One of the members of our party had a filet mignon that was really excellent. The wine list was pretty good, and there were lower cost selections that were still really good (try the Buxom Blonde Chardonnay). Service was very good and attentive.
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