If you hear a cry of "8 ball, corner pocket" inside World Championship Billiards & Sports Lounge, it might not immediately be clear where that pocket is. That's because the lounge houses 18 pool tables, which you can use for lessons, pickup games, or five-nights-a-week league matches. In between rounds, players and spectators can munch on classic bar food such as jalape?o poppers and kielbasa sandwiches. Bartenders complement each feast with a choice of 15 beers, and live DJs lure guests from the pool tables to the dance floor every Friday night.
Pool players of all ages and skill levels can find all the right angles at VIP Billiards’ 20 pool tables seven days a week. When not sinking shots into the spot’s 120 pockets, cue hands keep busy with bottles of beer or a cocktail from the full-service bar, and all patrons can pass the time between games by throwing darts, sending ping-pong balls careening across tables, or using the WiFi to look up pro tips for applying chalk. VIP Billiards also opens up its space and all the attendant green felt surfaces for private parties, fundraisers, and APA league teams.
Fast Eddie’s Billiards Cafe takes playing pool and drinking beer to the next level. Sure, the standard domestics are available, but besides the expected lagers and neon signs, Fast Eddie’s boasts an impressive menu of craft brews. More than 50 choices include Dogfish Head 90 Minute IPA, Allagash White, and Smuttynose Robust porter. Imported beer, wine, and premium liquor are also available to add entertainment to billiards tournaments.
High Rollers is a state-of-the-art bowling, dining and entertainment destination located in the heart of Foxwoods Resort Casino. The 35,000 square foot venue features 20 bowing lanes, billiards, 60 high def TVs, video games, innovative cuisine and creative cocktails.
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Parking: Parking lot
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Recommended Age Group: 7 and up
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Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Zip lines
Apart from your business's main attraction, do you offer any "hidden" services or activities that visitors are always delighted to learn about?
That Red's Tavern is located very close to the ropes course for people who want to eat afterwards.
I'm a first-timer. How do you get me ready for the experience?
Safety is our top priority. The smart belay harness system has two carabiner clips; when one is removed the other one stays locked in at all times. Before adventuring through the courses, one of our staff members will give you a brief training seminar.
What is the experience customers can expect, and how do you make it special?
Nomads Outdoor Adventure is Connecticut's new and exciting family-owned aerial adventure park. Platforms are constructed in the trees and connected by obstacles all over 9 acres of land. Get ready to be challenged by our rope bridges, free fall, skateboard, zip lines and more.
On Cue endorses merrymaking by entertaining visitors with pub-style grub, drinks, and games. Guests can claim one of the 15 pool tables for an exciting hour of scoring pocket points ($10–$14/hour for two, $3 fee for additional players), then explore the four dartboard areas, where players fling pointy things for free. While taking a breather from billiards, pool-hall denizens quench their thirst with libations at the full bar. Hungry customers can dunk jalapeño poppers ($6), buffalo wings ($6), and buffalo shrimp ($7) in a choice of blue cheese, ranch, barbecue, or honey-mustard dipping sauce, and those concerned about the big game can turn to On Cue's big-screen TV, which proudly displays sports.