This place used to be the most popular spot to hang out for youngsters when it first opened. Over the years, the place got a bit 'messy' with the grafitti and etc., but it's a pool hall--what do you expect, right? It's still a pretty popular place for pool in flushing queens, but many prefer Carom over 4sea now a days so this place tends to be less packed (a good alternative if you dont want to wait for a table at Carom). The aisles in here are a bit narrow, so every now and then you may bump/hit someone at the next table when you're making a shot. They have a good choice of pool sticks and aside from the minor graffiti in the bathrooms, the place is pretty well kept. The arcade area in the front takes up about 1/3 of the pool hall, so there is ample space to roam around if you happen to come in on a crowded day. There is also a small snack bar by the counter with candy and drinks. Parking is also provided for, and it appears to be enough parking spaces for the number of customers they serve. As far as pricing goes, this place is pretty good considering the discounted half-price rate that they offer during certain days; and eventhough they supposedly charge more per hour if you have more players, they tend to let it slide so you only pay for 2 people even if you are with say.. 3 or 4.