Roxy Ball Room’s sister bar Loop is being re-named as Roxy Arcade, but karaoke fans needn’t worry – the booths are staying, and will also be used for private hire console rooms.
There’ll be over 25 multiplayer gaming machines, and with the tunnel between the two, Roxy Ball Room and Roxy Arcade will cater for every gamer, with food, drink, ball games and arcade machines, creating a one stop shop.
Token operated classic amusement arcade games in the basement bar will include electronic basketball and dance machines, pinball is covered by Austin Powers and South Park machines, and for the retro fans, Space Invaders.
For an all-immersive experience, there’s the Mach Storm Pod, then the twin Fast and Furious Super Bokes for petrol-heads.
In the Ball Room upstairs, there are no changes to ping pong, pool and shuffleboard, nor to beer pong and Prosecco pong!
Joe Mitchell, Roxy Leisure Brand’s Development Manager:
“We’ve been blown away with the response to Roxy Ball Room and Loop, but we’re always striving to make the Roxy experience bigger and better for our loyal followers. Combining the two venues and adding a host of arcade machines might not be rocket science, but we believe it will instantly make us the hottest ticket in town for entertainment.
The success our portfolio of bars has enjoyed across Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool and beyond is the proof in the pudding that people enjoy our venues. Roxy Arcade will have a real hangout vibe and with 15 lines of beer, it will keep even the most discerning drinker satisfied.
We can’t wait for our regulars to come check out Roxy Arcade, where you really will find something for everyone, whether it’s a spot of after-work gaming or a private party.”
The food and drinks offered by Roxy Ball Room will be matched by Roxy Arcade, which means a wide choice of craft ales and cocktails, the signature pizza and the snacks menu.
Here’s the Roxy website.
Photographs provided by Pink Gorilla.