San Francisco’s Mission Beach Café prides itself for specializing in local, sustainable and seasonal food. Unfortunately, it also serves rabbit meat. See a sample menu here: Mission Beach Cafe Menu
Please call or email Mission Beach Café and politely ask them to remove rabbit from their menu. Let them know that rabbits don't belong on U.S. dinner plates any more than do horses, guinea pigs, rats, or dogs, all of whom end up on menus in other countries.
Web site: Mission Beach Cafe
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How Rabbits Are Slaughtered:
"The preferred method is dislocation of the neck. The rabbit is held firmly by the rear legs and head; it is stretched full length. Then with a hard, sharp pull, the head is bent backward to dislocate the neck. The rabbit can also be struck a hard, quick blow to the skull behind the ears. A blunt stick or side of the hand is commonly used to incapacitate the rabbit. After dislocation or stunning, the rabbit is hung by one of the hind legs above the hock joint. The head is immediately removed to allow complete bleeding." (Source: Dr. Tom W. Smith, Emeritus Professor of Poultry Science, Mississippi State University from the publications Domestic Rabbit Biology and Production by L. R. Arrington and K. C. Kelley and Raising Rabbits, USDA Farmers' Bulletin No. 2131.)