Cafe


Tues - Sun
11 am - 2:30 pm

Beginning May 1st:
Wed - Sun
11 am - 2:30 pm

Cafe & gift shop will be closed to the public on
Wed., 29 April, 2015

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Gift Shop

Tues - Sun
10 am - 3 pm

Beginning May 1st:
Wed - Sun
10 am - 3 pm
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Cafe will be closed to the public on
Wed., 29 April, 2015
 Lincoln Land CC Road Scholars
tour group have reservations
 

MORE NEWS!

After 11 years of working 7 days a week Peter and I have realized time sneaks up on a person and neither of us is getting any younger.   We need to slow down a bit and have some down-time, so we have decided to close the shop and cafť on Tuesdays, starting May 1st.  We will still be open as usual from Wednesday through Sunday, so pop in and see us.  Nothing else has changed.  I plan to dust off my art supplies and start painting again, and Peter wishes to get back into gardening ó which he loves ó but hasnít had a chance to do so for many years.  I donít think this will inconvenience most people, as we will still be here the rest of the week, as usual.  We thank you for all your wonderful support and friendship over these many  years and look forward to seeing all of you very soon.

Andrea & Peter

30 Jan., 2015    ITíS HAPPENING IN ELKHART!

By Nancy Carlson Dodd (Senior News & Times, Springfield, IL.)

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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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§ Our new seating area at the front of the building is ideal for private functions,
     showers & parties - so book now for events coming up in 2015.

 


                        
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