We stopped at this rather new place because it's not easy to find food on Sunday. I'm glad we did. Located in a location that has had and lost numerous restaurants in the past, the Wild Hare makes good use of interesting contrasts in shape, texture, and color to create variations on dishes that are now standard at less imaginative venues. Food arrived hot and fresh, the dressings and toppings all seem to be made in-house, and we were very pleased with everything we chose. I was especially impressed with the fried mushrooms in beer batter. They were juicy and not too greasy, flavorful without too much spice or salt, and came with a terrific dipping sauce. Do not miss the pizzas! Crust is just chewy enough, toppings are bright and well-balanced. While you're there, be sure to look for the art hiding in plain sight. Even electrical connections are turned into day-glo seascapes.
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