Rabbit Food Cafe is a recent and desperately needed addition to Gas City.
Located in downtown Gas City, the restaurant sits right next to Taylor students’ favorite Sophie’s Ice Cream shop. The cafe is spacious and decorated flamboyantly with murals on the walls. It shares a space with a cycle studio, making it the one-stop-shop for all things healthy living.
Rabbit Food Cafe prides itself on serving whole foods that are vegan, gluten-free, soy-free, SOS-free, keto-friendly and inclusive of a variety of diets. They offer a multitude of vegan meals, grab & go snacks, smoothies, fresh juices and shakes. Their food is freshly prepared, and the menu varies from week to week. Check out their page on Facebook at @rabbitfoodies to see what they are offering every week.
The food is not only a healthy alternative to fast food, but it is affordable for college students. The grab & go options, which include veggies and hummus, fruit with dessert hummus, parfaits, salads and soups are priced at just $5. The lunch specials include permanent menu features such as grilled cheese and tomato soup, tacos, taco salad, cauliflower wings and alternating weekly specials. These specials are priced at a mere $7. Fresh juices, shakes and smoothies ring up to $5 each.
Pro tip: The fresh juices are truly the best way to brighten a rainy March day. They are colorful and taste like sunshine in a cup.
You really can’t go wrong with anything on their menu and it is worth it to try as much as you can. Their options are delicious and provide great choices for those with dietary restrictions, or those who just love delicious food!
Rabbit Food Cafe was created with the mission of bringing healthy options to rural Indiana. The welcoming, joyful staff who create the food at Rabbit Food Cafe truly care about providing nutritious, delicious food options for the Grant County community. If you stop by, be sure to chat with them about their story and what led them to open Rabbit Food Cafe.
Rabbit Food Cafe is open Mon. – Thurs., 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Fri., 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. It is located at 202 W Main Street, Gas City, Indiana, 46933.
Overall Pros: It is affordable, absolutely delicious and so close to Taylor, making it a prime spot for students to grab healthy food. The menu offers a variety of unique, delectable options that can accommodate any dietary needs.
Overall Cons: The hours are fairly restricted, which isn’t always congruent to student schedules.