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Choose from Three Options
- $9.99 for two lunch entrees (up to a $19.98 value)
- $15 for one hour of billiards and $20 worth of bar food (up to a $30 value)
- $25 for one hour of billiards and $40 worth of bar food (up to a $50 value)
The menu includes mini chicken tacos topped with chili and cheese ($7.99), a barbecue roast beef sandwich served on a toasted hoagie roll ($7.99), and beer-battered shrimp served with fries or housemade potato chips ($7.99).
Corner Pocket takes its title as a sports bar very seriously. Hooked up to 15 satellite receivers, the nearly 10,000-square-foot bar's 35 flat-screen televisions constantly air games, from baseball and hockey matches to ultimate-fighting bouts. The TVs surround eight balls sinking into the pockets of 16 billiards tables and darts striking the bull’s-eyes of six dartboards. Not to mention balls rolling into goals on a foosball table, pucks gliding along a shuffleboard and gamers competing on Nintendo Wii and Sony PlayStation consoles.
But amid all its emphasis on sports, Corner Pocket never loses sight of its bar duties. Domestic and imported beers from 14 taps pour into pints, mugs, pitchers, or directly into patron’s mouths. Along with wine, the brews complement Corner Pocket's classic approach to bar food, which includes Angus beef burgers, chili-cheese corn dogs, and housemade potato chips. The bar stays open until 2 a.m. daily, so patrons can celebrate their team’s win until the wee hours or dance the night away to karaoke on Sundays and Thursday or live music on Saturdays.