Historically, green felt has only had two applications: lowering friction on pool tables’ surfaces and giving life to Kermit the Frog. Occupy your hands with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$22 for a billiards package for two (up to a $48.85 total value)
$36 for a billiards package for four (up to a $76.85 total value)
Each package includes:
- Two hours of billiards play (up to a $21.90 value for two; up to a $29.90 value for four)
- Two beers per person (up to a $5 value each)
- One appetizer (up to a $6.95 value)<p>
$10 for $20 worth of pub food, drinks, and billiards
Players can show off their skills on one of the bar’s 13 Brunswick Metro tables ($7.50 per hour for one person). The pool hall’s adjoining café whips up American eats, such as jalapeño-topped nachos ($4.51) and Peppacado burgers ($8.49), which can be washed down with a choice of 12 beers and a range of cocktails. A new, full-service bar sports top-shelf liquor and flat-screen TVs.<p>
Pressure Billiards and Cafe
Though you wouldn’t expect to find professional pool tables in a café nor freshly crafted deli sandwiches in a pool hall, Pressure Billiards and Cafe has managed to seamlessly combine these elements into a single all-encompassing amusement space. On the billiards side of the facility, 13 9-foot Brunswick Metro tables bask in the glow of contemporary wall sconces and ample overhead light as players aim for pocket dominance like a keys-versus-wallet grudge match. A slate of eight LCD televisions displaying seasonal sports games, meanwhile, ensures that adrenaline levels never wane between turns. After billiards bouts conclude, guests can saunter over to the café side of the establishment to dine on classic pub dishes flanked by a range of mixed drinks and a dozen bottled beers. Once fully refueled, clients can wind down in the lounge or partake in one of the bar’s nightly activities, such as an open mic, trivia night, or comedy showcase.
Groupon has partnered with the Edgewater Chamber of Commerce to offer this special collection from Edgewater merchants. The North Side neighborhood is home to one-of-a-kind shops such as Edgewater Workbench, where customers create custom gifts with 3D printing and laser cutting, and pioneering restaurants such as Uncommon Ground, home of the country’s first certified organic rooftop garden. Shop the full collection.
6318 N Clark St.
Chicago, Illinois 60686