"Eater NY: Second Careers"
Stepping into Rabbit in the Moon is like stepping into a fairy tale story of sorts, a place where you get transported to another world beyond New York City. A place to come relax and unwind and forget ones daily stress, it feels like you are stepping into another world like stepping back in time, a place that lets you feel like you have traveled to old England, yet its right on your doorstep. So enjoy a night out like one whom has traveled afar to a place that lets you forget you are in Manhattan.
Rabbit in the Moon
47 West 8th Street
New York, NY 10011
Rabbit in the Moon's hours are Monday through Saturday 5pm to 2am. Reservations can be made by calling in or through OpenTable. Along with our Tribe page, You may also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, bebo, Friendster, Tagged, MySpace, PlanCast, Xanga, FoodSpotting, & Zagat to keep up with Rabbit in the Moon's recommendations on menu items, cocktails, wine list items & to also keep up with celebrity sitings.
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Jimi Hendrix 40th Anniversary commemoration celebration @ Rabbit in the MoonFri, October 15, 2010 - 6:20 PM permalink - 0 comments
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The Secret Hollywood Lives of Five NYC Restaurateurs. Including Rabbit in the Moon's owner, Rocco Ancarola.Thu, September 16, 2010 - 9:51 AM permalink - 0 comments
By the way – if you’re wondering about the name, Rabbit in the Moon, well it was inspired from mythological lore, a mixture of ancient European and East Asian folklore where a monkey, an otter, a jackal, and a rabbit resolved to practice charity on the day of the full moon believing a demonstration of great virtue to God would earn a great reward. When an old man begged for food, the monkey gathered fruits from the trees and the otter collected fish, while the jackal wrongfully pilfered a liz... read moreThu, September 2, 2010 - 3:30 PM permalink - 0 comments
The vision for Rabbit in the Moon began with Rocco Ancarola, formerly of Pink Elephant and Boom. His desire was to develop a unique New York restaurant/lounge where people could dine with exceptional food and service while not being forced into the usual large square room filled with less than social and assessable tables with a far away bar area where boredom is usually the norm. Rocco and renowned designer Cinzia Spalletti traveled to Europe and the English countryside, known for its friend... read moreThu, September 2, 2010 - 3:29 PM permalink - 0 comments
Rabbit in the Moon offers unique drafts such as Old Speckled Hen, Pikeland Pils, South Hampton Indian Pale Ale and Murphy’s Red Stout. The fresh old fashioned beer results in sense of friendliness and socializing not seen in New York restaurants. We also offer an array of interesting local micro-brews to appease the tastes of the everyday beer connoisseurs.Thu, September 2, 2010 - 3:27 PM permalink - 0 comments
Cocktails are innovative and a draw, especially the Manor Fizz, a concoction of gin, pears, egg whites and lemon. Rabbit in the Moon b... read more