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Shootz Cafe & Billiards

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2305 E Carson St
Pittsburgh, PA 15203
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(412) 488-3820
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Best

I was there last Friday night with some friends and had a great time. We were playing pool and our waitress was really cool. It took a little long to get our food but it was wor...

Worst

This billiards place has an ample amount of pool tables.The place is very dark and very loud.There is a food menu and bar so you can get someth...

Pool Hall 10/16/2005

This billiards place has an ample amount of pool tables.The place is very dark and very loud.There is a food menu and bar so you can get something to eat and drink. I did not enjoy it very much as it is a bit dirty and even though there is not a long wait to get a pool table, it was crowded.There were not a lot of parking options either. more

Play Pool while you eat 8/11/2005

The restaurant used to be great, then it started going down in quality. It is still ok. The food is ok. If you like salads, you should try their tex mex. It is wonderful. The best thing about this place is the pool tables. It is a lot of fun to play while you eat. They also have a nice fireplace in another room that is very cozy in the wintertime. All in all, it is an ok place. more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Walking n the door the bar meets you on the left-hand side and runs 30 to 40 feet. With 10 beers on tap, you won't go thirsty. Comfortable couches and plush chairs adorn the rooms, as well as cozy fireplaces for the winter weather. But the most striking feature is the 18 pool tables that are constantly in use. A diverse crowd of pool aficionados, business types and college kids mingle in the bar area and rack 'em up at the tables. But this is definitely a more upscale establishment.

    The Draw
    Looking for the casual pool game? Try an early-mid week visit in the late afternoon/early evening, tables tend to fill up quickly, and there are some diehards who tend to grab the tables for hours on end. For a more social (and cramped) scene, come on a Saturday night.

  • 10/29/2006 Provided by Citysearch

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  • Payments:

    American Express, Visa, Master Card
  • Neighborhoods:

    Southside Flats

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