B.Lucky & Sons

Fortitude Valley

B. Lucky & Sons is a retro games cocktail den for adults, where pawn shop meets glam-chic within the historic TC Beirne building in Fortude Valley.

Combining the nostalgic thrill of playing games with an eclectic grown-up twist this player's paradise mixes London Town and Hong Kong with a touch of neon.

Punters enter through a pawn shop facade to find a virtual adult playground with arcade games including The Walking Dead, Monster Drop, Mario Kart & the world exclusive Roller Drop and lucky winners can take their pick of prizes (such as vintage Chanel bags & PlayStarion 4) in the parlour pawn shop.

As well as gaming there's a slew of killer drinks - think punch bowl cups and bubble tea cocktails and English pints. And on the east meets west bar food menu you'll find stone baked pizzas with toppings such as wontons or gravy, sausage, potato crisps and onion jam along with old achool fish'n'chips and chicken wings.

Nice to know - B.Lucky & Sons is from the canny folk behind Holey Moley indoor golf bar.

B. Lucky & Sons

TC Beirne Building

Brunswick St Mall

Fortitude Valley

Opening hours TBA

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TCB Brunswick St Mall Fortitude Valley

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