Billiards, Appetizers, and Drinks for Two or Four at Easy Street Billiards (Up to 53% Off)

Old Monterey Business District

Value Discount You Save
$27.50 53% $14.50
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In a Nutshell

Pool hall encourages friendly competition atop solid cherry tables from Rebco, each one with leather pockets and a soft wool surface

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Valid only for option purchased. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Must be 21 or older. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Choose Between Two Options

  • $13 for a billiards package for two people, which includes one hour of play for two (up to a $14 value), two beers (up to a $10 value), and one order of fries (a $3.50 value; up to a $27.50 total value)
  • $30 for a billiards package for up to four people, which includes two hours of play, four beers, and two orders of fries (up to a $55 total value)

Easy Street Billiards

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.

Easy Street Billiards

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.

Customer Reviews

Great beer selection on draft.
Pamela T. · February 16, 2016
This place was walking distance from our hotel. We had a good time playing pool. There were plenty of tables and the staff was very nice.
Rochelle C. · July 21, 2014
It was awesome! Quality tables and really nice sticks. We were impressed.
Nikki R. · February 17, 2014

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