Executive Chef, Simon Tarlington, merges classic techniques with kitchen curiosity, creating playful dishes that pay homage to hero ingredients. In a nod to Jackalope's design, Tarlington seamlessly combines contemporary with country - his trademark farm-to-table style underpins produce-worshipping dishes that find flavour in the unexpected.
Doot Doot Doot's tasting menu is staged in several parts with a la carte options for entree, main and dessert, served with a supporting cast of playful snacks and sides. It is a creative culinary journey, where a respect for the feast is served with disrespect for the familiar.
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 Hotelâ€™s striking silhouette.
A hand-crafted wood-fired oven takes pride of place in the dining space, adding character to the mood and food. We cook with a good sense of curiosity and bring a tempting balance of heat, acidity, depth of flavour and texture to each plate.
Since 1876, the majestic Edwardian McCormick House has stood gracefully at the end of Jackalopeâ€™s meandering driveway. Reborn as the hotelâ€™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.