The former Doc’s Steak House soon will be home to a Mexican restaurant, which also will serve steaks and hamburgers to appeal to former Doc’s diners. There’s no word whether Doc’s famous garlic salad will be on the menu.
The former Doc’s Steak House soon will be home to a Mexican restaurant, which also will serve steaks and hamburgers to appeal to former Doc’s diners. There’s no word whether Doc’s famous garlic salad will be on the menu. File photo The Wichita Eagle
The former Doc’s Steak House soon will be home to a Mexican restaurant, which also will serve steaks and hamburgers to appeal to former Doc’s diners. There’s no word whether Doc’s famous garlic salad will be on the menu. File photo The Wichita Eagle
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Former Doc’s Steak House to be home to Mexican restaurant

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