B. Lucky & Sons is a new arcade bar that recently opened its doors in Sydney’s Entertainment Quarter, Moore Park. Far from your typical watering hole, B. Lucky & Sons offers an eclectic mix of gaming, signature drinks and premium, retro prizes. Basically, the most excellent things in life.
Hidden behind a vintage pawnshop façade, patrons step through into a luxury bar, designed with a splash of Hong Kong and a hint of London Town. The space is decked out with everything from traditional chesterfield armchairs to futuristic neon-lit octagonal booths.
The bar features a carefully curated mix of timeless ticket prizes, the newest arcade games and old school classics. Bring out your inner LeBron on the classic NBA Hoops, bust a move on the In the Groove dance platforms, or race to the finish line with Mario Kart.
The bar specialises in creative concoctions with a taro-flavoured gold glitter twist on the classic espresso martini, boozy bubble cup teas with popping pearls and jellies and punch bowls served with floral tea cups.
The ‘East meets West’ food menu caters for everyone with the outlandish ‘Naked Dumpling’ pizza, classic Fish ‘n’ Chips to share, prawn crackers and pork bao buns. They also have delicious Veggie, Vegan and Gluten free options.
At the end of the night, trade your winning gaming tickets for coveted collectables in the pawn shop, with prizes including vintage Chanel bags, classic cameras, rare vinyl, electric guitars, Nintendo GameBoys and a round of Botox. Yes, you read that correctly. Botox.
B. Lucky and Sons is masterminded by Funlab, the organisation behind such brands as Holey Moley, Archie Brothers Cirque Electriq, Sky Zone and Strike Bowling.
Talking on the new bar at Moore Park, Funlab CEO Michael Schreiber said “We are really excited to be finally opening our newest brand in the heart of Sydney. B. Lucky is a hidden delight with regal furnishings and buzzing neon. We want people to enter a time warp that mesmerises them and keeps them coming back for more.”
B. Lucky and Sons Sydney joins the previously established bars in Melbourne, Wollongong and Fortitude Valley. The gaming bar could be the ultimate adult playground, at least this side of Westworld.