That's a great question, and one many gardeners face sometime along the line. No matter whether you think bunnies are cute or a total pest, it's important to safeguard against rabbits, because if you don't, they'll clean your garden dry.
If I were you, I'd think less about types of plants rabbits will avoid and more about your infrastructure...as in, how to create a rabbit proof garden that will allow you to grow whatever you want and look attractive in the process.
There are numerous resources out there that focus on improving your garden design and helping you to eradicate the problem before it even reaches your garden.
However, if you don't want to take this route, check out this great Better Homes and Gardens article answering your question. It mentions some plants that rabbits tend to stay away from, including Alliums, anise hyssop, daylilies, bee balm, catmint, lavender, yarrow, and other plants that may or may not be edible, with details on each.