First look inside Glasgow gaming bar NQ64

NQ64 Glasgow is ready to launch

NQ64 will officially open its doors to the public from this Friday (18th March).  We visited the press night for the Edinburgh bar ⬇️

The first 50 people welcomed to the Merchant Square bar, on both Friday 18th and Saturday 19th night from 7pm, will be welcomed with a gift bag packed full of NQ64 merch and goodies including t-shirts, stickers, and retro snacks.

The new late-night basement venue is awash with neon and UV graffiti.

Retro arcade games available include Pac- Man, Time Crisis, and Point Blank ready for action, besides two stand out snug studios containing Dance Stage and Guitar Hero.

Guests can take a break from gaming to enjoy their well-stocked bar which has everything from craft beers and sodas, with snacks from the bar like Space Raiders and Monster Munch.

On their retro gaming wall, you’ll find all the classic consoles of your childhood including SNES, MegaDrive, Gamecube and PlayStation.

No bookings are required for NQ64, entry is free and their retro arcades and pinball machines operate on tokens that can be bought from the bar, while their games consoles are all free to play.

NQ64 is located at Merchant Square, Bell St, Glasgow, G1 1NY and will open seven days a week 7pm until 3am from Friday, March 18th at 7pm

For more information, head to or follow on Instagram: @nq64glasgow

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