Brandys Caffe: Lets play pool
Its a great club lot off pool tables at least 6.I used to do tournaments there for the APA. Being an intangible asset with the APA since 1994. What you didn'y know is how scoresheets were altered by adding innings adding names for people that didn't even play.As long as pay you get to play.FREE POOL LESSONS #1 Never turn in your orginal scoresheet make a copy. After its out of your hands you only guess.Soon free video and audio and trick shots.
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George House: George House
George House is the BEST coffee house in town ... not to mention the only one :O) George House has a large food menu (hot and cold), coffees, teas and other specialty drinks. There are tons of books to browse through, board games to play and semi-private areas for chatting with friends. George House also has proven to be a great meeting place before moving on to other activities.
Ample parking is provided behind the building and on the street. Located on North Main Street directly across from the University of Findlay.
Dress Code: Anything goes as long as something is on your feet and shirt. I have seen suits, dress from the dark ages and even bathrobes.
... Anything goes!
Miss Cues: Miss Cues
Miss Cues combines a pool hall, full service bar, darts, ski-ball and multiple video games. There is ample seating and parking. Watch out though ... on the weekends there can be a 30 minute wait for a pool table.
Tables are rented by the hour (8-9 per hour) or 75 cents to the game. Full size billiards along with shorter tables are available.
Dress Code: Any kind of jeans, shorts, shirt combination is fine. Just remember, it is a pool hall and bar at heart. That means there is some smoking/alcohol/et cetera. So don't wear your Sunday best.