The entrance is kind of weird and hidden, but that part can be easily overlooked. Once you enter, it's one big hall with very little structure and organization. There is a bar to your left right at the door, which also serves as a socializing point for the players inside. This isn't as much of an issue until you have to enter/leave the hall or order more drinks.
Prices were slightly above average for the drinks, although the actual pool table wasn't that expensive to procure for an hour. The service seemed somewhat lackluster to me, but maybe I was out on a bad Saturday evening. Speaking of which, it wasn't that crowded at all. Even then, it felt like the tables were quite close together and it was easy to bump into other players or have to navigate around walls as you tried to take a shot.
The actual pool tables were not too impressive either. I have truly experienced better.
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