Ridiculous. We live in a country where it is unnecessary to kill a gentle house pet, especially one with a life span and connectivity similar to that of a dog or cat. Quite frankly, I just can't support any restaurant that, in this day and age, and in a country of abundance, finds the need to slaughter a rabbit for a meal that will be simply defecated several hours later. The thought is simply repulsive. Plus, dress code when located in between the two villages is both unrealistic and not a savvy move by a restaurateur. I've eaten in very high class, high priced places in my neighborhood, and don't experience the same ludicrous imposition, nor need to chance watching (nor smelling) someone eat a rabbit. Since rabbits are vegetarians, I thought the place was an innovative and refined new establishment. Yawn, I was wrong.
Citysearch Editorial Profile. Would you like a spot of tea? Some fish and chips? Or would you prefer shepherd's pie? Delight in English comfort food at this bi-level Greenwich Village gastropub. Amidst the massive fireplace and vintage artwork, you're sure to have an intimate dining experience.
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