E-Spot combines the best parts of a pool hall and arcade to keep visitors entertained well into the night. On one side of the 18,000-square-foot, warehouse-like facility, billiards players drill shots on 26 mahogany tables?17 of which are for pool, 9 of which are for snooker, and none of which are for puppet repairs. Not far away, competitors trade cues for keyboards in a massive Internet-gaming area. There, 52 computers?each outfitted with subwoofer speakers?and high-speed Internet allow for hours-long marathons spent playing popular titles. Friends can also face off in E-Spot's arcade and mah-jong rooms, and the caf? fuels gameplay with snacks and caffeine-loaded drinks.
There's a lot of space in 19,000 square feet, but it is barely enough room to contain all of the entertainment options at Brother's Bowling and Billiards. There, guests can chase the fabled 300 score on 1 of 18 lanes or practice shots on one of six full-size pool tables or the one snooker table. When taking a break between rounds, they can also try their hand at the alley's classic arcade games and pinball machines. To fuel continued games and socializing, guests can visit the in-house restaurant, Sport's Grill, for sizzling burgers, fried foods, and classic comfort cuisine.
Like the colourful fan of its namesake's tail feathers, diamonds and triangles of billiard balls nestle into racks on Peacock Billiards' tables. A grid of 30 tables in an array of sizes and colours populates the room, surrounded by cushy leather couches and bright murals. Beneath the clatter of sunken shots can be heard the rhythmic tap of table-tennis matches and the furious spinning of foosball handles. The James Joyce Bistro resides in the corner, where patrons sitting in circular booths enjoy drinks and nachos served in cored-out copies of Dubliners.