Pool Halls in Bartlett


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  • Shark City Billiards and Sports Bar
    Customers who redeem their Groupons Sunday–Wednesday when there is no cover charge will receive two drinks per person.
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    2240 Bloomingdale Rd
    Glendale Heights, IL US
  • Otter Cove
    Otter Cove couldn't have a more fitting mascot. The park's theme centers around a river otter, an anthropomorphized version of which occasionally stops by to take pictures with guests. It's not hard to imagine this semiaquatic mammal zipping down one of the park's Salamander Slides and splashing into Turtle Creek, a 600-foot lazy river. Humans find themselves equally at home in aquatic play areas such as The Frog Bog, a 7,700 sq. ft. activity pool with spinning water apparatuses and a waterfall. The park also contains a traditional lap pool heated to around 80 degrees fahrenheit, just warm enough to keep it from being taken over by penguins. In addition to open swim times, the pool hosts swim lessons for all ages. Otter Cove also helms The Otters Swim Team for swimmers aged 5?16.
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    3615 Campton Hills Drive
    St. Charles, IL US
  • Pyramid Club
    Craving a burger and fries? Swing in Pyramid Club and enjoy a tasty meal in a casual setting. Gluten-free and low-fat eaters will enjoy the menu at Pyramid Club. Great food plus TV equals the perfect fan meal. Wireless Internet access is available for no charge at Pyramid Club. It can be a bit of a mob scene on the weekends, so don't take a chance on getting seated — best to call ahead and make a reservation. Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to Pyramid Club in jeans and a hoodie. Enjoy Pyramid Club's cooking from your own home with their carry out and delivery options. Pyramid Club prides itself in its delicious catering. Pyramid Club makes bikers feel at ease with the multiple storage racks outside. Meals at Pyramid Club are moderately priced — most diners spend about $30 per person.
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    236 W Lake St
    Addison, IL US
  • Elk Grove Bowl
    Elk Grove Bowl first cracked open its doors in August 1963, and since then, it has evolved in step with technology to become a modern 40-lane alley with automated scoring. Bright colors splash every corner of the space, flaring to life under the black lights of Cozmic bowling, when fog and pulsing music fill the air to make competition seem more urgent and friends' faces seem more attractive. Year-round leagues, including the peewee bumper league for kids, help athletes to hone hurls and spins. Bowlers can also sharpen hand-eye coordination atop pool tables. Nearby, libations clutter a steel-topped bar and electric-blue booths in a restaurant ringed with vintage bowling photography. A private room is equipped with all of the trappings for birthday bashes, such as pizza, soda, and festive plates sliced from tree trunks that share the birthday girl's birthday. There is also video gaming in the lounge for those over 21 years old.
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    53 S Arlington Heights Rd.
    Elk Grove Village, IL US
  • Elite Cafe & Billiards
    A classic 80s aesthetic immediately envelops folks as they walk through the door of Elite Cafe & Billiards. Or rather, the 80's version of the 50s. A primary-colored art-deco bar, complete with rows of red bar-stools, chrome, and neon pink stands as the centerpiece of the cafe. The main attraction lies just past the bar: rows of pool tables lit by hanging red lamps. The 17 pool tables?all nine feet long?come surrounded by plenty of room to maneuver, giving players enough space to pull off trick shots and Charleston celebration dances. Back at the bar, pool players can sit and enjoy beer, soda, chips, and beer nuts.
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    1945 N Mannheim Rd.
    Melrose Park, IL US
  • Classic Bowl
    BowlBowlBowl.com boasts three ideal environments in which ball-slingers of all abilities can practice their pin-leveling. Groups of six or 12 old friends or recently assembled humanoids can embark on a two-hour orb-slinging outing through 20 frames of healthy competition and rapidly escalating one-upmanship. Each roller receives his or her own pair of rental shoes replete with soft, smooth soles to facilitate sliding into each stroke and executing celebratory moonwalks. Groups of up to six play in each lane, toasting spares and strikes with swigs of soda or socially lubricating suds while automatic electronic scoring keeps pin wreckage reliably tallied. After two hours of pin-pounding, patrons can saunter to Hillside or Classic Bowl’s Club 300, or one of Stardust Bowl's four lounges, which offer up new frontiers for friendly competition such as pool, darts, and bowling ball-imitation breakdances. Each location unfurls its own unique accouterment, whether it’s Stardust’s whopping 84 lanes, Hillside’s DJ booth and dance floor, or Classic Bowl’s outdoor patio and light-and-sound saturated Rage Bowling on Friday and Saturday nights. At every location, bowlers can watch multiple high-definition TVs and a full-service bar is often patronized by tired pins on their shift break.
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    8530 Waukegan Rd
    Morton Grove, IL US
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