The pool hall itself is located right on the north side of houston street such that it is technically in NoHo instead of SoHo :)
Anyway... aside from that, the pool hall itself is fine. For one thing, you almost never have to wait for a table when you're there because the place is so huge (spacious with lots of tables). I also find it rather clean compared to many other pool halls. Back in the days when smoking indoors was allowed, they had separate levels for smokers and non-smokers to make sure non-smokers did not have to suffer the smell of cigarette smoke. The food bar did not have much of a selection, but it was decent.
The tables and chairs were arranged very well for the setting, enabling ample space for everyone to walk around in without bumping into anyone. The choice of pool sticks there was rather limited though. Like most billiards, they charge tables by the number of hours you play and they also account for the number of players per table. I would say their prices are rather fair for city pool halls.