Neon Retro Arcade Bar – NQ64

Glow-in-the-dark neon murals, retro arcade games, game-inspired cocktails, craft beers and that nostalgic feeling from your childhood. This is NQ64 Arcade Bar, London’s newest and most exciting attraction for gamers and nostalgia seekers.


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NQ64 Retro Arcade Bar

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After hitting multiply UK cities, including Manchester, Birmingham, Glasgow, and Liverpool, NQ64 opened their eighth bar in Soho this May.

You may have not known but NQ64’s Insta followers were all invited to the bar’s grand opening party on the 26th May. All they needed to do was to write a DM and let the bar know the party size. Guests enjoyed free drinks and tokens to play on the arcade machines and earned the privilege to be among the first customers to see the bar.


Glow-in-the-Dark Neon Insta Heaven


Glow-in-the-Dark Graffiti at NQ64 Retro Arcade Bar

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The bar has a cosmic neon theme with glow-in-the-dark murals literally everywhere (even on the ceiling and in the toilet), game-themed cocktails and over 30 games to choose from, including Mario Cart, Pac Man, Space Invaders and Street Fighter.

There are also dancing stages, Guitar Hero and MegaDrive games and original PlayStations to bring back that childhood nostalgia.

Tokens for the arcade games are available at the bar but the consoles are completely free to play on! How cool is that!



Gamer Cocktails


'Sweet Fighter' Cocktail at NQ64 Retro Arcade Bar Soho

‘Sweet Fighter’ cocktail with illuminating ice cubes

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NQ64’s whole cocktail menu is inspired by the best retro games and characters, such as Sweet Fighter, Donkey Kolada, Mad Max or Space 75.

The bar sometimes do special collaborations and limited-edition cocktails, such as Kirby. Although, Kirby cocktail has recently ended, the bar regularly add new exciting cocktails to their menu, so keep your eyes on their Instagram and TikTok to find out what’s new.


DJs Every Day


NQ64 Soho

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NQ64’s got DJs most of the nights to deliver some nostalgic music from the 1980s and 1990s. Check the line up on the bar’s Instagram.


Entry to the bar is completely free and no booking required unless you have a big party size or want a private booking.




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