Clean environment and well maintained equipment. We have 24 9' pool tables, 2 12' snooker tables, and 1 10' carom table. HDTVs, internet jukebox, free WiFi access. Lessons (group or private by appointment) and pro shop. Ice cold beverages and hot snacks. 8-ball and 9-ball leagues Sundays-Thursdays.
Double Decker powers its ball returns and lights its 50 slick boulder-tossing lanes with energy harnessed by roof-mounted solar panels. After slipping on rented shoes, party members stake their two-hour claim on a lane boasting automatic scoreboards, bumpers, and color commentary from retired pins. Trounce hunger with one large pizza ($12) and a pitcher of soda ($5), or unwind between frames in a lounge area replete with big screen TVs, a full service bar, and pool tables.
Cuetopia Billiard Cafe offers a haven from 9-to-5 grinds and with frosty beers and friendly games of foosball, darts, and pool. Beef hot dogs and polish sausages steamed in beer and served on freshly made Roma Bakery rolls deliver a taste of Chicago as satellite sports packages stream on a big-screen TV. While guests enjoy more than 40 different brands of beer, the crack of professional-grade balls reverberates across the felt of 25 Brunswick tables.
At this all-ages venue, eight-balls sink into upwards of 165 pockets inside South First Billiards, which houses nearly 30 9-foot pool tables. But they only take up a fraction of South First's 14,000-square-feet: the rest plays host to ping-pong and beer-pong tables, as well as foosball and air hockey. Despite the potpourri of games, South First isn't just a gaming venue. Rotating pieces by local artists adorn the walls, while an eclectic lineup of musicians, from rockers to rappers, grace the stage on live music nights. South First's bartenders complement any activity—whether playing, looking, or listening—with 12 microbrews on tap, as well as fruity and chocolaty handcrafted cocktails.
For 80 years, the casual Courts Lounge has been slinging drafts, bottles, and mixed drinks and entertaining folks. Over the years, the staff has added 13 flat-screen TVs playing pay-per-view fights, free WiFi, an Internet jukebox, MegaTouch games, and karaoke to its roster of things to do while socializing. Of course, patrons can still relax with old-school bar games, including pool and darts.