Retro vibes and great sandwiches. That’s the theme at The Black Rabbit, a cool spot on Barnard and Henry, serving sandwiches, salads, soups and daily specials. Choices include smoked turkey breast, Cubano, Club, Van Gogh, and eggplant stacker. But the star of the show in Scout’s opinion is “Three Piggies,” a sandwich loaded up with spam, pit ham and sliced pork shoulder.  It’s then topped off with aioli, white cheddar, lettuce, tomato and onions served on a bolillo roll. Now that’s a sandwich that will blow your house down!

The owners of Black Rabbit are Patrick Zimmerman, David Hutchison, and Dylan Fowler.  They started the Black Rabbit a year and a half ago to be a nice comfortable neighborhood restaurant and bar.  They aim to provide a cozy at-home feel for the community even when you are just dropping by on a lunch break or to grab a snack.  David Hutchison previously had an art gallery in the restaurant space and one of the traveling artists did the mural on the metal door that is on the building.  Somehow this has not been touched over the years, so instead of reinventing they decided to stay with its known identity, embrace it and Black Rabbit was born.
The Black Rabbit is the perfect location to stop by and grab some sandwiches for a picnic around the corner in Forsyth Park or partake in some of that down home cozy they created in house. They offer a full bar, sandwiches, salads, sides and dessert. Also, for those gluten free folks all sandwiches can be served on lettuce wraps. Party platters are available for larger groups.