The Blind Rabbit Bar Anaheim, Guide & Review
The famous bar, ‘The Blind Rabbit’, is inside Anaheim Packing District. The place is a popular eating and entertainment district with bars and restaurants for you to visit. It is inspired by the Prohibition era and is a speakeasy. You might never notice it if you’re passing by as it is not advertised. You get in through the entrance by a Chinese hotpot food stall. It is dimly lit with many wooden elements scattered all around the place. There is a strict dress code implied at the place: no shorts, logo hats, or t-shirts. There are stools to sit by the bar, or you can grab a booth. There’s limited seating available in the bar, so you might want to book a table in advance if you plan on going on the weekend.
The place is pretty much soundproof, so you can chat with each other very quickly without being disturbed. You are allowed an experience here for 90 minutes only, after which the next guest will take your place. The menu changes every six months, so it is seasonal according to the ingredients available at that time of the year. The food menu has ‘Lamb Belly Meatballs,’ ‘Duck Confit Mac and Cheese,’ and ‘Steak Frites.’ You can even get a creme brulee for dessert. There’s a list of sweet drinks like ‘Happier than Ever,’ ‘Truth and Consequences,’ or ‘Mamey Mami .’The latter consists of paranubes rum, Havana Club rum, lime, passionfruit, pineapple, mamey, and coconut. Classic mixes like Cosmopolitan, Daiquiri, and Negroni. There are a lot of options of absinthe available as well. To visit the bar, you must have a high alcohol tolerance and an empty stomach, and you’re good to go.