Hopeful regulars chant the name of their favorite drinks as a wheel labeled with specials spins to a halt, selecting a new beer or shot special every half hour. With a corrugated metal ceiling and desert motif, complete with stuffed ram heads, The Rabbit exudes a young, cowboy rockabilly vibe mixed with a smattering of JFK. That's because Lee Harvey Oswald resides in a cemetery nearby, and the bar took its name from Oswald's call sign in the Army, "Ozzie Rabbit." The bar features a rolling happy hour and a great jukebox, a huge back patio and a smokes-and-snacks vending machine. Good for a cheap laugh, the bathrooms are labeled as cocks and beavers.
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