What we'll do
The arcade’s concept is grounded in the exploits of fictional British gangster Bill Lucky – who earned his reputation by opening pawn shops in Hong Kong as a front for the White Lantern cartel’s gaming lounges. The entrance to B. Lucky & Sons has been fashioned into an old-school London-style pawn shop, but beyond the shelves of oddities and rarities and through a red-velvet curtain sits a glittering wonderland of fun. The cavernous den is saturated in the light of Hong Kong-inspired neon signage, vibrant gaming machines and decorative British touches. In the arcade, an evolving selection of timeless classics and new-age machines sit side by side – we’re talking Daytona, Mario Kart and The Walking Dead sharing space with claw machines, skill testers, skee-ball and NBA Hoop consoles. Like any classic arcade, using the redemption games affords you the chance to win prizes, and this is where the pawn shop comes into play. The team has sourced an array of hard-to-find goodies from rare vinyl, limited-edition action figures, Chanel bags and gaming consoles to win. That’s right – you won’t have to settle for slap-bands and bouncy balls here.
What to bring: money for drinks, games and food and your love for meeting new and old friends