Retro arcade bar NQ64 to make its London debut

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Retro arcade bar NQ64 to make its London debut

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Retro arcade bar NQ64 will make its London debut next month with the opening of a site it Soho.

Located on the site of the former Ballie Ballerson bar on Berwick Street, the Soho bar will be NQ64’s eighth UK venue. It will offer a choice of over 30 original arcade games including Time Crisis, Guitar Hero, Dancing Stage and Pac-Man alongside a selection of gamer-themed cocktails.

NQ64’s arcade machines take tokens, which can be bought at the bar, and the consoles are free to use for customers buying drinks.

The venue will also host a DJ on most nights playing sets of old school hip-hop.

The drinks list will include options such as as Kirby, Donkey Kolada and the Aku Aku Fruit Punch - inspired by Crash Bandicoot – as well as a range of craft beers.

NQ64 first opened in Manchester’s Northern Quarter back in 2019 and has since launched a second site in the city as well as in Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Cardiff and Liverpool.

“We are so excited to be bringing NQ64 to London as this has been a huge ambition of ours for some years,” says co-founder Matthew Robson.

“We think NQ64 will bring a whole new dimension to the entertainment landscape of the capital by transporting visitors back in time, all while being the latest hotspot for those who just want to have a drink up and good night out in the town. We can’t wait to officially open our doors next month.”



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