Pincadia

Woolloongabba

Pincadia is a hip retro arcade, bar and eatery housed in the historic Moreton Rubber Building in Woolloongabba.

Located opposite the Gabba with dual frontage (Logan Road and Stanley Street) this character-filled building (formerly Birdcage Restaurant) with wooden floorboards and exposed brick walls is the perfect space for an 80’s style amusement arcade.

Pincadia Woolloongabba

At street level, you’ll find a gorgeous old-world bar with craft beer and cider on tap, fine wines and spirits (with a cocktail list in the works) and a dedicated pinball space with more than a dozen pinball machines from the owners’ personal collection.

Pincadia Woolloongabba

Downstairs in the basement, there’s another bar and a wall of classic arcade games like Donkey Kong, Pac-Man and Space Invaders.

Pincadia Woolloongabba

In between games, customers can sit at large communal tables or cosy booths, listen to cool 80’s tunes, and enjoy a few drinks and nibbles.

Pincadia Woolloongabba

Food wise, you can chow down on dagwood dogs, Angus beef burgers, spicy chicken wings, chunky chips and churros.

Nice to know – Children are welcome when accompanied by an adult. 

By Deb Lidster

Pincadia 

14 Logan Rd

Woolloongabba

Wed-Thu 4-10

Fri 12-late

Sat 10-late

Sun 10-10

3733 0999

Map

14 Logan Rd Woolloongabba

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