Rabbit So Good, A Restaurant's Remembered

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Venz Rabbit Hutch Restaurant. Credit: Courtesy Venz family

Venz Rabbit Hutch in Logan, Ala. Courtesy Venz family hide caption

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Have you ever eaten fried rabbit? Barbecued rabbit? Rice with rabbit gravy?

Well, these dishes were standard fare at the Venz Rabbit Hutch Restaurant in Logan, Ala. But food was only part of the Rabbit Hutch experience.

In this installment of our summer series "Place and Memory," we pay a visit to the Rabbit Hutch.

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This piece was produced by Shea Shackelford and Jennifer Deer of Big Shed Media.



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