Pool Halls in Coney Island

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Amsterdam Billiards & Bar is New York's original upscale billiard club. We provide 25 Brunswick pool tables, ping pong tables, darts, foosball, pinball, beer pong, full-service bars and 17 flat-screen TVs.

110 E 11th St
New York,
NY
US

Ranked No. 2 in Billiards Digest's 2010 Best New Room hierarchy, Society Billiards + Bar combines 19 top-grade pool tables with a bar full of favorite tonics. Overhead lights serenely illumine custom-made Diamond tables and their players, capturing the ambiance of a classic pool hall while filtering out the blinding smoke and oldfangled harpsichord music. Dueling duos get two hours to flatten the felt with rousing games of 8-ball, 9-ball, and 18-ball pickup while toasting to improbable shots with a quenching quartet of beers from taps dispensing favorites such as Blue Moon, Stella Artois, and Brooklyn Lager. Society Billiards + Bar remains open until 3 a.m. Sundays–Thursdays and 4 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, facilitating late-night sipping and cue fencing.

10 E 21st St
New York,
NY
US

Since 1991, countless 8-balls have sunk into the corner pockets of the 15-plus Brunswick Gold Crown III tables at Eastside Billiards & Bar. Amateurs and pool sharks alike line up shots during by-the-hour rounds, games in Eastside’s year-round coed league, or lessons geared toward all ages and skill levels. Other gamesmen and women can whack ping pong balls, test their aim at skeeball, or admire the alphabet’s most valuable letter during games of Golden Tee. Sports also unfold on Eastside’s seven big-screen TVs, which decorate a cocktail lounge where patrons can relax with a choice of 20 beers and more than a dozen specialty cocktails.

163 E 86th St
New York,
NY
US

Inside Pyramida Billiards, walls drenched in red, purple, and green lighting surround pool players as they hit balls around 14 tournament-level Brunswick tables. Open seven days per week, until 3 a.m. on Fridays–Sundays, the facility hums with a music selection that ranges from classical to hip-hop. Breaks between matches give patrons a chance to browse more than 25 different beers available, which can be paired with snacks or puffs from a hookah. In a separate area, more than a dozen arcade games buzz and bing for high scorers, and a ping-pong table accommodates paddlers trying to sharpen their fly-swatting technique.

1828 McDonald Ave
Brooklyn,
NY
US