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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
Had a wonderful dinner. Carrot lavender soup was really special, and I do not usually like sweet soups. The only dish that was not special was the rabbit meat loaf, meat was good, tomato sauce was very bleh. But the Buffalo short ribs were very tasty. I highly recommend those.
We drove from Denver basically to come here for dinner, and we were not disappointed we made the trip. We started with the meat and cheese platter and the White Rabbit cocktail. I had the seafood pasta and my boyfriend had the filet. We finished with the cheesecake and the moon pie. Literally every bite was amazing, and very reasonably priced for the quality of the food. It was $100 for the two of us, and we couldn't have wanted another thing. We are already talking about coming back :)
This is a fun quirky resturant with a great menu variety for all taste involved. I my wife an I came for an early dinner escaping our 1.5 year old son for a few hours. Well worth it. I had the seafood pasta dish and my wife had the filet main coarse. Both entrees were perfectly cooked to perfection. Our waitress Leah was very nice, courteous and attentive
Great find in Colorado! Very unique atmosphere, with great food and good service. We shared the Butcher's Block and it did not disappoint. Excellently prepared meats and great house wines to go with it. We were late to our reservation because of traffic, but the hostess was prepared for it because of my reservation note and saved our table for us. Excellent customer service.
The Rabbit Hole seems like a place you need to go to once, but I doubt we'll go back. We sat at the bar while waiting for the table and had an awesome time with the great bartenders, but the food wasn't really that amazing. Love the theme and the general vibe, but nothing we tried (and we tried a lot) was really "craveable."
The Rabbit Hole is a great and unique restaurant with fantastic service and great food. Whether you are going for drinks or an elaborate meal I would highly recommend giving this place a try. I have had the short ribs and filet and both are wonderful. You also must try the Carrot Cake.
My husband and I tried The Rabbit Hole based on the recommendation of a friend and we were not disappointed! Service was extremely fast, our waitress was friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. The food was delicious, great portion sizes and pricing, unique and inventive. The atmosphere was great for groups, casual dining, dates, really just about anything. Highly recommend to anyone whose looking for unique food with a fun atmosphere! Can't wait to go again and try more of their food!
This place was great! The food was amazing and very unique, especially for Colorado Springs. I only wish there were more options without onions. The only downside was the party of ladies at the next table who got quite loud and annoying once they finished eating. The waitress was nice and attentive, but seemed a bit distracted. I am looking forward to the next time!
I always suggest going to The Rabbit Hole to tourists. Located in the old morgue under the city; it has an eclectic charm with an unusual menu. Yes, you can get rabbit, as well as bison, salmon and the mundane beef. The food is generally above par and the bar is always full of energy. It is a great place to go with friends; however, if you are looking for an intimate, quiet evening for two, this is not place as the noise level is pretty high. A must for any out-of-towner and for those that want a detour to the wild side of normal; but just not too far of a detour.
The service at the restaurant was great. We arrived 30 minutes prior to our actual reservation time and were seated immediately anyway, even though the restaurant was quite busy and had a few people at the bar waiting. Our waitress was timely and made appropriate recommendations and was super low-pressure. She was pretty great.
Their dessert options could definitely use some work. We were celebrating a birthday and the birthday girl isn't a fan of carrot cake. The other options weren't any better so we went elsewhere to finish our celebration.
My wife and I have been living in Colorado Springs for the past year and have generally found the restaurants in the area to be of indifferent quality. A number of friends had recommended The Rabbit Hole as being a place with a lively bar scene and above average food. Ever optimistic, we decided to give it a try.
We were impressed with the decor and the cozy basement location. The bar area lived up to its billing. It looked like a nice place for an after work drink. The "Alice in Wonderland" theme, including some fine murals on the walls are a nice touch.
Unfortunately, the food was a disappointment. The carrot bisque did not have any flavor of carrots. My wife's lamb was bland, lacking in seasoning. My bacon wrapped rabbit meatloaf was overwhelmed by the bacon. The meatloaf could have been comprised of any meat and I would not have known the difference. The carrot cake dessert my wife and I shared was dry and the icing was too thick and sweet. I cannot give the food more than two stars.
Our server was pleasant, but lost track of our dessert order. After a long period she returned and upon realizing that she had forgotten our dessert, she did apologize and our dessert was provided gratis. The apology and the free dessert redeemed the service to the level of three stars.
My wife and I were disappointed since we had heard good things about The Rabbit Hole from friends and had noted the many fine reviews on Open Table.
We do not anticipate returning to The Rabbit Hole and cannot recommend it to others.
We went for dinner and the food was fabulous. The pork taco appetizer was terrific - slaw was crisp, fresh, and perfectly acidic. The pork was moist and beautifully caramelized. The bison short ribs were incredible. And the old fashioned cocktail was generous and satisfying. These people do great work. Go there!
It was a mad house to say the least. Not really in a bad way just really busy and really loud. Make a reservation should you go.
I had the seafood pasta. There was no way I could eat much of it due to the 1/4-1/2 cup of olive oil my food was bathing in. My two guests ordered the NY strips medium rare and they were both served well done. Our server was great. The drinks were good. I ordered a flaming martini. The drink was weak but the marshmallow was delicious soaked in 151.
Don't think I'll return. For the price of the food I felt it should've been cooked to a much higher level. We definitely paid for an experience.
Our bill for three adults, 3 meals, 3 drinks and an appetizer was $145.00 leaving this experience costing a total of $175.00 with tip.
Had a lovely evening at The Rabbit Hole, I've passed it several time and finally took the steps down to the subterranean dining experience. Drinks were great, the food was phenomenal. I had the scallops and they were on par with some of the best I've had, and I've lived on both coasts near great seafood ports. Our server was fantastic, offered great insight to the menu. The only thing I would have to knock The Rabbit Hole for is I feel it's slightly overpriced, just by 10% though. If they could bring prices down a little bit, this would be a go to restaurant for me.
Reservations recommended! Menu is fun and offers a great variety. Service is great. The place could be cleaner (micro suede booth seats are badly stained, restrooms could be cleaner). The food and drinks are fantastic! Ambiance needs some attention--this place is loud! Acoustic dampening on the ceilings would really help.
We loved the atmosphere and the Alice in Wonderland underground decor. The drink menu was original. I had a White Rabbit which is a vanilla vodka and coconut drink topped with a flaming toasted marshmallow. Delicious. The food was amazing. The brussel sprouts appetizer is to die for.
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