NQ64 Arcade Game Bar to open in Glasgow

NQ64 Glasgow

The popular UK retro arcade bar NQ64 is about to open it’s doors at a new venue in Merchant Square, Glasgow. Since it’s launch in Manchester, NQ64 has 2 bars in that city and has also since opened locations in Liverpool, Birmingham and Cardiff.

It’s the perfect place for you and your mates to relive your chidhood memories, with games consoles, pinball machines and classic arcade cabinets.

The NQ64 Glasgow bar opens it’s doors on Friday 18th March, doors open from 7pm, and the first people through it’s doors on Friday and Saturday will receive a gift bag packed with merch and goodies, including a tshirt, sticker and retro snacks, o what are you waiting for?

NQ64, Glasgow keeps the same neon and UV graffiti of it’s other locations, which has to be seen, as it’s dystopian urban environment is brilliantly displayed, you will no doubt enjoy some of the greatest music from back in the day, takingyou straight back to the 90’s.

When you enter the gaming floor, you will be greeted by arcade classics like Pac-Man, Time Crisis and Point Blank. Along with Dance Stage and Guitar Hero for you competitive types.

NQ64 also features a well-stocked bar which has everything from craft beers and soft drinks, to gaming-inspired cocktails, if you want ome snacks they have Space Raiders and Monster Munch.

The games consoles available to play are SNES, MegaDrive, GameCube and PlayStation, these consoles are free to play. Entry to NQ64 is free, you pay for tokens at the bar to play all of the great retro arcade machines and pinball machines.

Source: Glasgow Live

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