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About The Rabbit Hole
American style restaurant. We serve a full menu from 4:00pm until 1:30am 7 days a week. We have won 25 awards from the Independent and Gazette newspaper including best new restaurant. Reservations suggested.
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
American, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Daily: 4:00pm - 1:30am
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is available across Kiowa street in the parking garage for $1.00 7 days a week.
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Wine
The Rabbit Hole Ratings and Reviews
The allegedly braised meats (lamb shanks and buffalo short ribs) were dry and tough. Little or no sauce (or gravy) to help these pitiful entrees along as far as moistness. They had either been 'held' under a heat lamp or warming oven too long OR perhaps even done the day before, as both were so dry as to be almost inedible. The service was good and attentive. Ahi Tuna was good. We all should have had the Ahi.
We had a fantastic dinner at The Rabbit Hole last Saturday. Service was awesome, food was incredible, and an overall fun/funky vibe. Love the wonderland references too. We wish we didn't live so far away but will definitely be back whenever we're in the Springs.
Rabbit bites appetizer had little flavor and mustard dip was not complimentary. The rabbit stew (pot pie style) did not have all the ingredients when delivered to the table so then was offered a substitute. The seafood pasta had little to no flavor and was a huge disappointment.
2nd time to eat at the Rabbit Hole. This was not as good as the 1st time. Probably had to do with what we ordered. Last time we had the Chicken and Biscuits and the Cauliflower Mac and Cheese which were over the top good. Hence why we were looking forward to another dinner there. Last night we ordered the Ahi tuna and Meatloaf and both were just okay. Not the best cut of tuna and the meatloaf over cooked. The caprese salad was was mediocre as well. Tomatoes were not ripe. Still very firm. The ginger soup though was fabulous so not a total bust. Hopefully this was a one night experience and still look forward to going back.
I really wanted this place to be good since Colorado Springs is in need of good restaurants. The Rabbit Hole is a neat place with a cool bar and there menu is fun and creative seeming. I ordered the buffalo short rib with smashed potatoes and charred green beans and my wife ordered the filet with sweet potato purée. My short rib was good but the potatoes were very average and cold with no flavor and the green beans were not fresh but frozen. I have never liked frozen vegetables and I don't think very highly of a restaurant that serves them. I used to own a restaurant and my opinion is you change the vegetable to what you can get fresh or don't serve one at all that night. My wife's filet was small but tasted okay but the sweet potato purée didn't have much flavor and was the texture of baby food. As far as the service the waitress was okay until she tried to force my wife into keeping her dirty fork from the appetizer for her entree. So my wife had to explain that she didn't want her fork that it had fallen on the floor. She finally gave up after that. Not good service in my opinion. To sum it up this is a place for happy hour and possibly appetizers and if you go for dinner keep your expectations low because the food is just okay and if you are a foodie you will be disappointed if you go on a special occasion with high expectations. I was there on my birthday last night and told them when I made the OpenTable reservation plus my wife told them after we arrived and they didn't so much as say happy birthday. Not a big deal to me but not a good business practice. Sorry Colorado Springs I know we don't have many good restaurants and I am not happy to say this is not one of them.
It was by far the worst meal we've had in a long time. We ordered pork belly tacos, chicken wraps and bunny(rabbit) bites. Everything was under seasoned. We should've just left right after the appetizers but unfortunately, we had already put our orders in for entrees. I guess we were still hopeful. We ordered carrot, lavender soup and seared tuna for dinner and it was worse than the appetizers. It was overpriced and underwhelming. Unfortunately we will never return even though the location is great!
Great place! Very nice cozy discovery under the streets of Downtown COS (Colorado Springs). The waitstaff was very nice and attentive. They made great mojitos and they actually muddle the mint. The mussels and the creamy sauce was delicious with a pinch of fresh herbs and a pinch of heat. For the entree I had the bacon wrapped and stuffed prawns it was insane the levels of flavors that were inside with the spice of chorizo and the crispy bacon and the creamy cheese to tame the heat and finish the bite. Will definitely be back!
I discovered this place on Pinterest in a list of "top 20 places to eat in Colorado"... it looked so unique I had to try it. Did a quiet birthday date here with my husband; We ordered the butcher block and the moon pie for dessert and both were to die for. Make sure you make a reservation! We had reservations for 8:30pm so luckily we were a little past dinner rush and sat in the back room, which made it a little more quiet. Great, unique ambiance and good service. Food overall was phenomenal.
What a find! You have to check this place out. The experience starts by entering through what looks like a phone booth on the sidewalk. It takes you underground and opens into a world you had no idea was happening below. Hence The Rabbit Hole name. It seems to have an Alice in Wonderland theme. Very eclectic and energetic. The menu has rabbit, bison, duck to go along with the normals, such as steak, chicken, etc. Their items are very creative and super delicious. I highly recommend for a night out.
Our family was looking for a nice meal while in town. We made reservations and were seated immediately. The waitress seemed rushed and was rather rude. When asked for water, she replied "In a minute.. I can only do one thing at a time you know". It was not all that busy and the attitude was just not necessary. The food was good. I loved the corn chowder. The meatloaf which came highly recommended was pretty much all soggy bacon. Overall, a bit underwhelming to be honest.
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