Cafe

REMAIN OPEN FOR BUSINESS
Wed - Sun
11 am - 2:30 pm
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Fri & Sat Evenings
- Beginning July 31st, we will be closed for our weekend evening dinning until further notice due to
railroad crossing work
on west side of Elkhart


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DAY-TIME

BUSINESS AS USUAL

WILDHARE CAFE & HORSEFEATHERS

REMAIN

OPEN  FOR  BUSINESS

Wed - Sun  11 am - 2:30 pm

    ELKHART RAILROAD CROSSING CLOSURE  
     The Elkhart Oglesby railroad crossing into and out of the west side of Elkhart is now closed — from July 27 to Sept.1 — to do work on the RR crossing, storm drains, streets and sidewalks.
    However, we will be discontinuing our Friday and Saturday night dinners beginning on July 31st, due to having to detour in the dusk/night hours.
    
The DETOUR is an easy one: One mile south of the main Elkhart railroad crossing on old Route 66 is 600th St. which goes to the mine. Turn onto 600th St. and continue on until coming to 800th Ave. Turn left onto 800th Ave. and drive along until reaching 700th St. Turn again onto 700th St. (also called Kennedy Rd.) This brings one into Gillette Road and only 2 blocks from the The Wild Hare Cafe and all the other businesses and amenities on downtown Oglesby St. 
     We will resume evening dining once the work is complete.  Peter and Andrea wish to apologize for this inconvenience to our customers.

 

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Midwest Living Review
by Karen Sorensen

 

"Don't be surprised by the Alice-in-Wonderland nature of the Wild Hare Cafe's decor, which incongruously proves to be a nice complement to its simple but eclectic menu". 

 



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