At Yesterdays Billiards Bar and Grille, the clack of pool balls reverberates across rust-hued walls and tasty plates of burgers, sandwiches, and hearty pub fare. Towering patty melts, well-dressed Reubens, and overstuffed cheesesteaks send their toothsome smells wafting across the softly lit billiard-room, whose hardwood accents acres of inviting green felt conjure images of timeless sportsmanship free from hustling pool sharks and eels masquerading as cue sticks. A knickknack-framed bar keeps mouths well-watered with high-spirited cocktails and frosty draft brews.
Strike & Spare offers shipshape facilities, interactive entertainment, and a breathable oxygen atmosphere for the whole family. Each location features 30+ state-of-the-art lanes for pin-hating combatants to enjoy. Individuals who are mathematically averse or absolutely terrified of baby pencils will rejoice over automatic scoring, while bumpers help kids and wayward balls find their way. Bowlers can also eschew traditional electromagnetic wavelengths with the neon glow of deep space ball-hurling, held each week during cosmic bowling nights, with availability and times varying based on location. Those looking to fuel their magic on a lane, can also enjoy a plethora of snacks or sojourns to the lounge area.
Jillian's is a 45,000-square-foot gaming and noshing emporium bursting at the seams with high-tech old-fashioned good times. Today's deal is perfect for a group of four people, letting customers loose on this Valhalla of hoopla. The second floor of amazing games offers a full tier of more than 100 electronic simulation games for virtually actual fun, and the first floor restaurant features more than 20 big-screen TVs alongside satisfying eats. You'll get a total of four $15 game cards for $60 worth of second-floor video-game play. Whether you're flying solo or you bring along a fleet of gaming sparrows, each of the four gaming cards will get you anywhere from three to 21 games (the cost of games varies).