If you've ever wanted to follow in Alice's footsteps, now is your chance. The Rabbit Hole, in Colorado, is a dining experience akin to Wonderland itself. You can wander down the enchanting stairs, where your imagination will be whisked away to a world of white rabbits and mad hatters.
Located in Colorado Springs, this eclectic venue sits in a renovated metropolitan station, underground.
The Rabbit Hole's gothic space gives you the feeling of an abandoned wonderland, with nooks and crannies filled with eye-popping art and cozy booths.
You can enjoy fare from their exotic menu, which features everything from bacon-wrapped rabbit meatloaf to rabbit shepherds pie.
We don't think the white rabbit would be too keen on the menu, but luckily he's not the one eating.
The "Drink Me" menu offers a variety of boozy treats, like their signature White Rabbit martini — perfect for losing yourself in the fairytale.
You can almost hear the Red Queen shouting "off with her head" as you roam around the restaurant, checking out the cool decor and quirky art.
The entrance is an adventure in itself, with gorgeous fairy lights all along the descending staircase to the underground abode.
You'll feel exactly like Alice as she made her descent into the wild (and in this case slightly mysterious) underground world of Wonderland.
Luckily the drinks and food won't do anything but fill you up, rather than the alternative of making you grow as big as a house or shrink, like in the book.
So feel free to try out anything from the menu, but be prepared to be mesmerized by the delicious (and unique) tastes.
The plates range from $15 to $28, with sharing options and divine desserts worthy of a Mad Hatter tea party.
You can indulge all of your senses in this enchanting storybook-worthy restaurant, and finally, get to see Wonderland for yourself.
After all, according to the Hatter, it feels good to be a little "mad" sometimes.
The Rabbit Hole
Address: 101 N. Tejon St., Colorado Springs, Colorado
Why You Need To Go: You can get whisked away down the rabbit hole in this wonderland-themed restaurant that sits in an old Metropolitan station.