Drink & Dine

Doot Doot Doot
Restaurant

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Lunch
Saturday and Sunday: 12 pm to 2:30 pm (last booking)

Dinner
7 days: 6 pm to 10 pm

Reservations:
We accept bookings of up to eight guests.
Phone (03) 5931 2500
Email ddd@jackalopehotels.com

Private Dining by Doot Doot Doot
Embracing the elegant dining experience delivered by Doot Doot Doot,
Jackalope Hotel delivers world class private dining for groups of 9-20.
In our private dining room Jackyak, overlooking the vines of Willow Creek
Vineyard, you will be in the hands of your personal waiter, chef and sommelier.

For private dining, please contact events@jackalopehotels.com or download the pack via the link below.

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Rare Hare
Wine & Food Store

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Opening Hours
Monday: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday: Closed
Thursday: Closed
Friday: 12:00pm to 9:00pm
Saturday: 11:00am to 9:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am to 5:00pm

Cellar door open daily from 11am

Phone: (03) 5931 2501

A food and wine affair, with a devil-may-care air.

With room for 90 tails, Rare Hare boasts indoor and outdoor dining overlooking the vine-laced hills and across to Jackalope Hotel’s striking silhouette.

A hand-crafted wood-fired oven takes pride of place in the dining space, adding character to the mood and food. Executive Chef, Guy Stanaway cooks with a good sense of curiosity and brings a tempting balance of heat, acidity, depth of flavour and texture to each plate.

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Flaggerdoot
Cocktail Lounge
Hours:
Monday to Thursday 5pm - midnight
Friday 3pm - midnight
Saturday, Sunday 12pm - midnight

Since 1876, the majestic Edwardian McCormick House has stood gracefully at the end of Jackalope’s meandering driveway. Reborn as the hotel’s bar, Flaggerdoot, it stands as an enduring reminder of the history of this picturesque property.

Its current incarnation delights in the alchemic process of distillation; an experimental spirit stirs the daring cocktail menu, serving a mix of classics and in-house creations. The space itself is an infusion of forms; classic herringbone floors and open fires warm the room, while edgy installations and a one-off electric blue pool table, create a sense of curated-cool.

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