At Four Hundred Rabbits we celebrate fermentation and two of the best things it has given us: sourdough and beer.
According to Aztec folklore, the Goddess of Alcohol and the God who first discovered fermentation got it together one night and had a whole bunch of children. They were known as the 400 Rabbit Gods, or Centzon Totochtin
These Rabbit Gods lived the good life, partying and getting into mischief - alcohol was involved more often than not. It sounded great. So we named our place after them. Simple.
These two brothers had quite the interesting time in their 20s and 30s. As DJs they worked hard and partied harder - travelling around Londons clubs, underground raves and free parties. But when they both became fathers they realised their partying lifestyles had to change… sort of.
They wanted a place where friends and family could still come together to drink well, eat well - but more importantly - have the time to laugh, love, and party.
So a passion for music gave way to a passion for food and the idea for Four Hundred Rabbits began.
We're always updating the playlist.
Crafted for the most interesting and unexpected soundtrack to eating the most interesting and unexpected pizzas.
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