Just south of Dayton, in the town of Lebanon, is a place where pub meets grub. Doc’s Place isn’t your usual watering hole. For example, they have a chef, Carlos Silveti who has culinary experience in Spain and Italy. The result is a fresh menu in a historic building. Doc’s place is located among the shops of Downtown Lebanon. The menu ranges from wings, salads and soup to steak and fish entrees. Truly a treat, and truly a spot where foodies feel welcome.
Our Food Adventure ran the gauntlet of much of the menu, as The Big Ragu tried fillet mignon, crab cakes, and fried green beans. All of the menu items were spot on, even pub favorites such as wings and fried calamari. The restaurant has personality, located in a building that was erected in 1896.
Half of Doc’s Place is a bar, and the other half is a dining room. The popular place is not very large, so you can expect a small wait at peak times. We suggest you get there early, bring a group of friends, and share the tastes of this family owned eatery. Whether you try a hand cut steak, or some specialty items made from scratch, Doc’s Place is another Lebanon treasure. Stop in and get a prescription for your appetite, because the food here is just what the Doctor ordered.
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