At the Break Room, players grab a cue and maneuver past a foosball table and boxing machine to face off at one of 16 9-foot pool tables. Tunes pump from jukeboxes and LCD televisions readily show the sporting event du jour in a space permeated by free WiFi.
Although Easy Street Billiards welcomes players of all skill levels, its 12 Rebco tables—built from solid cherry with leather pockets—have attracted many legends of the game. Billiard Congress of America Hall of Famers Mike Massey and Nick Varner have both practiced and taken naps on Easy Street’s emerald surfaces, each one blanketed in wool cloth under its own light. During games, players can take advantage of the venue’s Lucasi house cues; two pieces of maple adjoined by a steel screw.
In addition to pool, visitors can play darts and shuffleboard or catch a game on one of six flat-panel TVs. A mahogany bar constructed in the 1880s invites patrons to sidle up and order domestic and import beers or pub fare.
Classic Billiards welcomes all ages and levels of cue prowess to a family-friendly entertainment establishment that sports 20 years of history. Pool enthusiasts can utilize the space’s 19 tables to play or mount a game of billiard-ball Jenga. The bar deals out 40 types of bottled beer for players to sip on as they formulate their next shot or contemplate a game on one of the big-screen TVs.