Stopped in during a busy bustling rush hour. Our food was fast and delicious. Great atmosphere and friendly service.
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Have stopped here 3 different times on way home from work and could not get anyone to take my to go order. I wanted to get fish and chips, 3 orders but no luck. I give up. Guess you have to know someone.
Had a Sunday breakfast here with family who live in town. They were not super busy so we were seated pretty quickly. Neither my wife or I had a "Breakfast Beverage" as we both had something a little more subdued; coffee and oj. The coffee...More
We come here at least once a week for lunch. They have really good sandwiches and wraps. It’s a little rustic feeling with old country charm. Staff is always friendly and attentive.
I usually go in the middle of the week. We recently ordered to go and the food is still excellent. Took less time on the go order than when we sat inside. great food
Went to Wild Hare for dinner and was extremely disappointed. It's been good in the past, but tonight they missed the mark. Went in behind a family who were immediately seated with menus. When I said I was "one for dinner" I was told to...More
Locally owned and a great contributor to the community. Hosts an an annual event with local musicians called the HareFest!
We only make it here a few times each year - but the food is excellent. Patti had the Seared Ahi Tuna salad, which had avocado, pineapple, tomatoes and a ginger dressing - it was as good as it gets! I had their BBQ Chicken...More
We had dinner and were pleasantly surprised. Most of what we ordered was from the happy hour menu -- sweet potato fries, street tacos, and sliders and they were all very good. Service was fast and friendly. We recommend.
We've driven by this place many times, and some family members go here now and again, so we decided to try it out. It's clear it's a popular place to be; probably many were there for the music which was setting up when we got...More