Four Quarters London scheduled to open at Elephant Park
Four Quarters, London’s original Arcade Bar is set to open at Elephant Park this August. Find out everything you need to know.
- 25 May 2021
We’re delighted to announce that Four Quarters London is opening a new 3,000 square foot flagship site in Elephant Park, later this year. The new venue will house over 30 original arcade machines, 8 vintage console booths, 2 large screen projection gaming areas and have more than 16 craft beers on draught, classic cocktails and a banging menu of burgers and bites. A bar, restaurant and vintage gaming paradise all rolled into one!
Four Quarters have already made a name for themselves in both Peckham and Hackney Wick with venues located in both locales. The new site at Elephant and Castle will be their biggest venue in London yet, taking Four Quarters to the next level. The building itself will be turned into an arcade machine with video game screens built into the walls so that customers can play from booths outside. Inside, there will be dedicated areas for larger groups where friends can dine and indulge while they battle it out on a Nintendo, Sega or PlayStation. There will also be a huge selection of iconic arcade cabs to play and cocktail gaming tables. As always, £1 will buy four American quarters to be used to play the arcade games. £1 = four quarters = four games.
In honour of the launch, Four Quarters is offering the first 100 people who sign up to their newsletter, four digital quarters that can be exchanged into real ones for arcade games when they open. Subscribers will also have first access to bookings when they go live.
Four Quarters provides a one-of-a-kind experience of excellent drinks, arcade games and fun. Enjoy rare and genuine arcade games from the 80s to mid 2000s; Street Fighter II, Point Blank, Pac Man, The Simpsons, Asteroids, Space Invaders and Sega Rally are but a few that will be on hand to play.
Co-founder Marc Jones says: “we are really excited to bring Four Quarters to Elephant Park and can’t wait to see customers enjoying a drink while saving the world playing Time Crisis 2. It’s been a long-time planning and we are counting down the days to opening!”