At the front of The Rabbit Hole, you will find both a bar and café from which you may order breakfast lunch and dinner items. Formal dining space is available inside at the restaurant’s rear and outside in the restaurant’s garden. The rustic décor is created with a wood and brick interior. Patrons sit in wrought iron chairs at marble table tops. It is a bit small inside, but The Rabbit Hole is a place that brings people together.
The breakfast and lunch menu is served from 9 am to 5 pm daily. On it, you will find all kinds of French style omelets such as one with salmon, capers, and chive crème fraîche. Try a frittata like one with asparagus, scallions, tomato, and slivered almonds. Tasty pastries like blueberry scones with lemon icing are also on the menu. Cheese is often served with an order to compliment the dish. Whether you stop in for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you will find sandwiches, salads, and soups on the menu. If you want a more elaborate meal, order a first and second course from the dinner menu. Among the choices for a diner’s first course are steamed mussels, artichoke fritters, and Portuguese octopus a la plancha. If you enjoy fish, try the pan seared salmon for your second course.
Desserts, coffees, and teas are on the menu, and if you want a strong dose of java, try the Stumptown espresso. If that isn’t strong enough for you, maybe you would rather have a shot of whiskey or one of the six artisanal beers on tap. Draft beers include UFO Hefeweizen and Harpoon I.P.A. Cocktail drinkers won’t want to miss The Munster or Jar Fly.