I haven't seen rabbit in grocery stores since I was a kid in the sixties. We used to have rabbit often, because it was cheaper even than chicken. But we had to tell my kid brother it was chicken, otherwise he wouldn't eat it. :)
The last time I ate it was when I was in my late teens,and that was because a friend of mine had raised a bunch of them for food. It's easy to do. Build a hutch, feed them greens, make sure they have water... And, they breed like, well, rabbits.Pretty soon you have a whole colony, and, what is more, since they live in burrows in the wild, they are not at all unhappy about living in somewhat cramped quarters.In fact, they prefer it. Give three rabbits a big, open space, and they will make a pile in the corner, one atop the other. This is really true, for anyone who thinks crowding is a bad thing among rabbits. They don't feel secure by themselves out in the open, because this is when raptors come down and carry them off.
The domesticated ones pretty much taste like chicken, in my experience. I've never eaten wild rabbit, but I can well imagine that they would taste stronger and gamier.I wish the domestic ones were more available these days. They're a great source of protein, but, unfortunately are not usually available in your local supermarket, because most people wouldn't buy them, or know what to do with them if they did. Therefore, these days, they are considered exotic and a specialty food, and they are one of the few cases in which the law of supply and demand are reversed, regarding price. I just found a place that was selling whole, cleaned domestic rabbits for $38.50 each, online.
Ironically, were they more popular, they would be a lot cheaper. If you want to try rabbit these days, I'd say you should raise them yourself, unless you have a lot of money to waste, are really curious about it, and are squeamish about killing and cleaning them yourself. I know it is a cliche, but the domesticated ones you can buy really do taste like chicken. At about ten times the price.
So, unless you just HAVE to see for yourself, I'd advise you to stick with chicken.