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Fill up on fries and other comfort food at Legends Billiards and Tavern, a savory spot for American cuisine. Legends Billiards and Tavern will keep those with dietary needs happy with a menu filled with gluten-free and low-fat items. Don't be alone on gameday, come have a great drink and great fun. Eat outdoors Legends Billiards and Tavern (weather permitting) with their beautiful patio seating. Skip long waits and head to Legends Billiards and Tavern with your large group for easy seating. Relaxed attire is perfectly fine at Legends Billiards and Tavern, known for its laid-back ambience. At Legends Billiards and Tavern, you can count on quick and easy street parking close by. For those who travel by bike, Legends Billiards and Tavern offers bike racks for diners. Keeping an eye on your budget? Legends Billiards and Tavern is a perfect choice, with most meals costing less than $15. Legends Billiards and Tavern has menus for breakfast, lunch, and dinner — just pick your favorite meal and head over.
80 Hanover St
Portsmouth,
NH
US
The Honey Pot Bar and Lounge is the Seacoast new hot-spot. Not only are we an excellent restaurant serving 25 flavors of wings, special and unique dinner and lunch items and a late night menu, but we also offer a lounge environment and nightly entertainment. We have a stage for live bands and a dance floor!
920 Lafayette Rd
Seabrook,
NH
US
In addition to a dozen pool tables where fierce, steady-handed competitors and casual players can knock cues, Shooters boasts 10 HDTVs, dartboards, and a full bar with a draft beer selection. Sporting spectators can belly up to the industrial-style bar and watch the game or Mixed Martial Solitaire tournament while tipping back a 16-ounce glass of Bud Light ($2.50), Newcastle ($4), Guinness ($4.50), or Blue Moon ($4). Otherwise, take your drink to the billiards area and test your sharksmanship in a game of pool on one of Shooters’ clean, well-maintained tables ($5 per hour per person, $20 per hour for unlimited players). Shooters stays open until the film-noir hours of night, so newbie players will have all night to finish their first game.
116 Bridge Street
Pelham,
NH
US
In 1880, Justin P. White created candlepin bowling because he felt that traditional bowling wasn't challenging enough. Today, Leda Lanes continues this East Coast tradition, where bowlers clutch softball-sized balls before sending them down the lane toward tall, thin pins. Though the game is a throwback, the staff keeps things modern with state-of-the-art scoring systems at each lane. A concession stand provides snacks, while Kegler's Den Lounge provides libations to keep bowlers going till the next string.
338 Amherst Street
Nashua,
NH
US
Maxamillians Billiards and Sports Bar allows cue gurus to battle it out in a 9,000-square-foot colorful-orb haven. With 14 regulation-size Connelly Ultimate tables, Maxamillians invites chalk jockeys to prove their angle-judging prowess or to illustrate the tricky tenets of Newton's 16th Law of Motion. Balls collide in a cavernous brick-lined room in the 9,000-square-foot bar, leaving plenty of room between tables. An 80-foot bar keeps throats wet, and the Boston Pizza Company dishes brick-oven pies to pool sharks.
315 Middlesex Rd
Tyngsboro,
MA
US
With an arsenal of informative magazines, elegant photographs, and illuminating documentaries, National Geographic has inspired planetary responsibility and natural wonderment for more than 120 years. Their latest filmed adventure, The Last Lions, ushers viewers into the wetlands of Botswana's Okavango Delta, where a lioness named Ma di Tau and her cubs fight for their survival. From fleeing raging fires and cub-killing rival prides to wading through crocodile-infested rivers and the supermarket at rush hour, this family suffers perils that leave audiences touched and awestruck. Crafted by award-winning filmmakers, Dereck and Beverly Joubert, and narrated by Jeremy Irons, The Last Lions aims to raise awareness of dwindling big-cat populations while sharing a compelling story of hope. The film is rated PG for depictions of the food-chain cycle without the accompaniment of an Elton John song.
1 Kendall Sq
Cambridge,
MA
US
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