Rabbit offers a 13-course tasting menu in Manhattan’s East Village.
New York has no shortage of vegan restaurants. But last month, they got a new concept in the form of Rabbit: a raw vegan tasting menu restaurant.
Raw Vegan Tasting Menu Restaurant Opens in New York
Rabbit is the latest venture from the award-winning vegan restaurant group Overthrow Hospitality. Headed up by Executive Chef Xila Caudillo, the restaurant features seasonally rotating courses. It also stocks low-ABV cocktails from Master Mixologist Sother Teague and wines sourced from Latinx winemakers. Additionally, those looking for a non-alcoholic option can choose from fresh juices and infused water.
Rabbit features an intimate 12-seat chef’s counter and hosts two seatings per night at 6pm and 8:30pm Wednesday-Sunday. Each tasting will feature 13 raw vegan courses. Tickets are $75 per guest.
The only source of heat in the raw kitchen is a low-temperature dehydrator. This ensures that everything in the restaurant is fully raw. Additionally, some highlights from the opening menu include gazpacho (made with watermelon and tomato) and beets (with smoked pine nuts). You will also find a beautiful blackberry-lemon tart.
Rabbit is located at 122 E 7th St, New York, New York 10009. Reservations are required for this dining experience.
Overthrow Hospitality Brings Vegan Dessert Bar to NYC
As well as opening the raw vegan tasting menu restaurant, Overthrow Hospitality is also bringing a vegan dessert and wine bar to New York this week. Opening on September 7, The Fragile Flour is located right next to Rabbit. Like its sister restaurant, The Fragile Flour boasts an intimate 12-seat space.
The Fragile Flour will offer plated desserts, wine pours from around the world, and a rotating selection of savory bites. The opening menu consists of Tiramisu, Lemon Chamomile Cream Pie, Gouda-Filled Pretzels, and a Tomato Pepper Jam Tart. The opening wine selection includes blends from Brazil, Italy, and California.
The Fragile Flour is open Wednesday-Sunday from 5-11pm. And reservations are required.
For more information about Rabbit or The Fragile Flour, visit OverthrowHospitality.com.