After its multimillion dollar rejuvenation project, the DFW Airport Marriott South Hotel has opened a full-service restaurant, Doc’s Bar & Kitchen.
The eatery is named for John “Doc” Holliday, a legendary Old West figure, and references Fort Worth’s western heritage. Holliday practiced dentistry in Dallas in the 1870s.
“The opening of Doc’s completes the total rejuvenation we have been under for the last year,” said Jan Vanco, general manager. “We now have a great gathering location for lunch, happy hour or dinner for both our hotel guests and the local community. We look forward to our neighbors visiting in the weeks ahead. This is the best dining establishment in this part of the Metroplex.”
At Doc’s Bar & Kitchen patrons will be able to choose from a vast menu featuring appetizers, flatbreads, small plates, salads and mains, including but not limited to Fried Green Tomatoes, Panther City Sliders, Cowtown Bacon Cheeseburger, Fried Chicken Cobb Salad, King Salmon, Hangar Steak, Filet Mignon, 24-hour Braised Short Rib, and more, according to a news release.
Additionally, cocktails, craft beers, wine and more will keep customers’ thirst satiated. Guests can also keep it Texas with a variety of Texas-made liquors, Texas wines and dozens of locally-brewed beers.
Doc’s Bar and Kitchen, which also features live, local entertainment, aims to “serve as a great gathering location for not only hotel guests, but for employees in the adjacent Centreport Business Park and residents in the area looking for a new dining experience,” the release said.
With a menu that reflects the local Fort Worth community and ingredients coming from locally sourced farms, butchers, and bakeries, Doc’s aims to please all Fort Worth foodies.