Like an Easter-egg hunt at a chicken-pox ward, billiards asks you to pocket striped orbs while trying not to scratch. Keep your mind on the game with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$19 for one hour of billiards for two (a $5 value each), two entrees (up to a $9.45 value each), and two beers (up to a $4.75 value each; up to a $38 total value)
$37 for one hour of billiards for four people (a $5 value each), four entrees (up to a $9.45 value each), and four beers (up to a $4.75 value each; up to a $76.80 total value)
$55 for one hour of billiards for six (a $5 value each), six entrees (up to a $9.45 value each), and six beers (up to a $4.75 value each; up to a $115.20 total value)
The menu includes entrees such as barbecue bacon cheeseburgers, spaghetti with meat sauce and garlic toast, and grilled ham-and-cheese sandwiches.
Jimmy's Pro Billiards
In 1996, the Pro Billiards Tour declared Jimmy Wetch to be the fifth-best billiards player in the world. Now, the pro circulates among the 20 emerald felt plots at Jimmy's Pro Billiards, chatting with fellow billiards enthusiasts. At 9-foot and 7-foot Diamond and Gold Crown tables, players sink colorful spheres, and snooker tables encourage them to yell “snooker” as loud as they can. The staccato snap of the cue against a ball rhythmically fills the 10,000 feet of airy, high-ceilinged space. In the kitchen, the staff slices deli meats and pairs hand-pattied burgers with hand-cut french fries and beers with manually placed bubbles.