This place is a treat to see but it's more of saloon than a restaurant. The bar itself comes from a saloon in Leadville that Doc Holliday patronized and the place is full of old photographs and antiques. I had the Doc Holliday burger which was delicious. Unfortunately, the ambience of being someplace attached to Doc Holliday or a "restaurant" is completely lost because you are basically in the locals bar. Flat screen T.V.s with the volume up high, smokers hanging around the front door, locals who've had a bit too much to drink (and therefore loud and using profane language), pool tables, and neon bar lights totally destroyed the ambiance unless you walk in expecting a saloon instead of a restaurant with an old west theme. Parking near the saloon is a premium but readily available within a 5 to 10 minute walk.