If you are a big admirer of Tim Burton\u2019s filmography or just a hardcore Lewis Caroll fan, there is this bar\/ restaurant in downtown Colorado Springs that you might want to include on your next vacation trips. It\u2019s not just an ordinary bar or restaurant that offers sumptuous food for your palate, it is \u2013 dressed up and down \u2013 inspired by Alice in Wonderland that is known as The Rabbit Hole. Yes, it\u2019s as dreamy as it looks and sounds on paper. Yes, it features almost everything you loved in the world of Caroll\u2019s fictional universe or Burton\u2019s visualization in his film. But no, you don\u2019t have to drink a magical liquid to shrink your height down to three inches tall to enter the premises. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. The Rabbit Hole is probably one of the most mysterious food and drinks places in the area as getting here feels like playing a puzzle game. The entrance can be spotted near an entrance that resembles a subway on the sidewalk. Upon entering, you will find yourself going through a glass box many will confuse as a phone booth from the old days. Take a few steps across, and the illuminated neon-colored \u2018The Rabbit Hole\u2019 sign will greet you. Don\u2019t mistake this as an underground tattoo parlor, the welcome sign is part of the dreamy atmosphere they are trying to replicate. The internal decors of The Rabbit Hole are something you would expect in an Alice in Wonderland-themed resto-bar. Various characters from the story have their portraits in the wall, amongst other fun props to heighten their recreation. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. Their menu is weirdly amusing as well, with food and drinks selection separated as \u201cEat Me\u201d or \u201cDrink Me,\u201d a fun reference to Alice\u2019s trippy adventures. Some of their items include cherry braised buffalo ribs, braised Colorado lamb shank, bacon-wrapped meatloaf, and cocktails they charmingly named White Rabbit martini, Queen of Hearts, Looking Glass single cocktail, and the Mad Hatter. Photo from The Rabbit Hole. What are your thoughts on this Alice In Wonderland-themed restaurant The Rabbit Hole? Are you planning your visit here soon? Share your reactions in the comments section below.