Rabbits is a little breakfast/lunch spot in Soho that closes promptly at 5pm every day. They do things like burgers, nachos, egg sandwiches, and pancakes, and there’s chalkboard of specials that you shouldn’t ignore. The food here might not be life-changing, but that’s really beside the point. This is just a good, friendly neighborhood spot where you can sit and eat some tater tots and grilled corn covered in peanut sauce. The owner will make them for you. He’s back there in the kitchen.
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