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City Pool Hall - 4 Reviews - 640 W Hubbard St, Chicago, IL - Restaurants Reviews - Phone (312) 491-9690

City Pool Hall

640 W Hubbard St (at North Desplaines Street)
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 491-9690
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Best of Chi 4/19/2010

CIty Pool Hall just won for best bar pool table for Chicago. Check out what else won for best of Chi-Town with 1035 Kiss Fm!\r \r more

City Pool Hall has great onion rings order the Rex Williams Onion Rings. 9/26/2009

Co-workers and I go out after work on Friday nights and we always have to find a bar with at least one pool table. Now everyone knows where to find us on a Friday night. We don't have to wait around to play. more

Cool atmosphere, hot waitresses, nice people, etc 7/22/2008

I've visited this place several times this year in 2008.....nice shooting- friendlies- minus -action which will ask you for a game or two for fun....easy going staff willing to give you directions if needed. Pros: Close to downtown, Cool peeps and atmospher Cons: n/a more

pool hall 6/13/2008

Nice place to go with a group of friends if you want to play pool. The pool area was large and you were not bumping into other players. The music was great, not too loud and you could still talk. Had some nice drink specials. Nice play to visit. more
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Owner Message

  • Located along a branch of the Chicago River, a stone's throw from the ultra-popular East Bank Club, City Pool Hall is neatly nestled into the city's fastest-growing neighborhood.

    The 6,000-square-foot building and patio space originally served as a machine shop, and supposedly was used to support the war effort during World War II. More recently, the space had been the home of several underground dance clubs and a windowless dungeon opened only on weekends to the vampire/night-stalker set. The family-owned business spent nearly eight months knocking down walls and installing windows on the building's south side to create a brighter atmosphere. What was left was a space-enhancing exposed frame ceiling and 3,000 square feet of uninterrupted playing area.

    The front area at City Pool Hall features a tile-floored dining area, with seating for approximately 30 lunch-goers.


  • The Scene
    A pool-lover's paradise, this 12-table establishment may intimidate the
    unskilled. Black-and-white pics of famous pool pros, familiar neon beer signs and soothing...

  • 10/23/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Mon-Fri 9:30am-2am Sat 9:30am-3am
  • Payments:

    Discover, Diner's Club, Master Card, Visa, American Express, Cash
  • Neighborhoods:

    Goose Island, West Side