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From The City Paper

July 5, 2011


Welcoming The Wild Hare

The Wild Hare — the friendly little West Side restaurant launched last month by Brian Bills (former co-owner of the old Blue Moon Cafe at the marina off Robertson Road) and his wife Elizabeth — just added dinner service. It had been serving lunch only.

The Wild Hare is located in an old house on White Bridge Road that has been many things over the years, including, I believe, the late Little Havana. The space is still quite casual, but the team has bistro-fied it a bit, with red walls and modern-looking booths of pale wood.

To run the kitchen, they recruited chef Jon Smyth, a veteran of several prominent spots including Cabana, to put together a simple but fun menu with an emphasis on fresh local ingredients.

The Wild Hare Pizza ($7) is baked in wood-fired oven and topped with caramelized onions, herbed ricotta cheese, roasted garlic, charred scallions and Tennessee’s revered Benton’s bacon.

In a welcome spin, The Wild Hare Burger comes in two sizes, 10 ounces ($8) and a petite 4-ounce version ($5); both are accompanied by spicy house-made pickles. On the veggie side there are a bunch of salads with house-made dressing ($4 to $6), and a plate of fresh, raw vegetables called – what else – Rabbit Food ($3).

Beverages include soft drinks and an assortment of domestic beers and a slate of craft brews in cans, with three or so more available on draft.

The Wild Hare is at 316 White Bridge Road (818-0219). Hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday.

Published July 5, 2011 by Dana Kopp Franklin

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