Always doing the same thing can get stale and old, though to be fair, it is technically how you start a family. Making sure their newest baby is nothing like its older sibling, the folks behind Rabbit Hole.
In a departure from their first spot, the couple behind speakeasy-ish Bathtub Gin have just opened this self-proclaimed dive where they're serving oft-fried Southern-inspired nosh in a cavernous space that's constructed almost entirely from polished wood (from the row of high-backed banquettes, to the oversized L-shaped bar), and boasts entertainment via a retro-styled pinball machine and skeeball, which you should play with a girl who looks good (you should call her). Imbibe-ables include the usual brew options (Manny's, Pabst Tall Boys), and a handful of sometimes-bunny-themed specialty 'tails ranging from the Black Strap rum/ allspice/ lemon/ ginger beer Donnie Darko, to a bourbon Old Fashioned w/ a hint of maple syrup called the Blackmail, and the Jessica Rabbit, which mixes Champagne w/ kiwi & strawberry and isn't bad, it's just...wait for it...drawn that way. On the food front there's Deconstructed Gumbo w/ shrimp, chicken & andouille over a bed of rice; buttermilk-dipped Papa Dittos Fried Chicken w/ slaw & cornbread; and a Sriracha/ jalapeno-topped Heat Burger, which quite awesomely doesn't come with any rings, onion or otherwise.
The RH's also doing bites like their Hush Hush Puppies w/ a lavender-honey drizzle; fried green tomatoes w/ chipotle mayo; and bacon-wrapped jalapenos that've been pepperjack & cream-cheese "stuffed", which, after "headache", is the second-most popular excuse to not do the same old thing.