Culture | | May 01, 2019

 

If it’s one thing millennials love, it’s trying to cling onto your childhood for as long as you can. But the best part about being an adult is being free to drink (responsibly); luckily you’ll soon be able to do both.

 

B. Lucky & Sons, from the team behind Holey Moley and Archie Bros Cirque Electric, is an arcade and cocktail bar coming to Moore Park’s Entertainment Quarter in Sydney. Having previously opened in Wollongong, Brisbane and Melbourne, Sydney-siders will now be able to get in on the boozy arcade game craze.  

 

 

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The bar is hidden inside an old school pawn shop, but once you step inside you’ll see it’s actually bougie as hell. You can have a go at playing the classics we all know and love, like Mario Kart, Space Invaders, Dance Dance Revolution and NBA Hoops. You’ll also get the chance to score yourself some vintage prizes; we’re talking vintage Chanel bags, retro cameras, rare vinyls, and an original Nintendo 64.

 

 

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As for drinks, the menu will feature alcoholic bubble tea. There’ll also be cocktail punch bowls so you can share with your mates after you beat them in a game.

 

 

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B. Lucky & Sons will be opening its doors for gaming and boba galore on May 17.

 

Anything that screams ‘retro’ is proving to be as popular as ever, with Melbourne getting it’s own real life Pac Man maze coming this winter.

 

 

Featured image via Instagram @bluckyandsons.