Here are the best places to play billiards in Toronto.10 - Billiards Academy
The Danforth has a home for pool in this sports lounge that’s been family owned and operated since 1971.
6 - Roxy on King
This King West bar not only has a host of billiards tables but ping pong as well, not to mention some killer nachos.
7 - The Corner Bank
This poolhall in Scarborough is for the pros: no scuffed or ripped cloth on 26 tables suitable for the high-end league play that goes on here.
8 - City Pool
On Dundas West you can find this pool hall that's the appropriate amount of grungey with dim lighting, red tables and classic green hanging lamps. There are also arcade games, cans and bottles of beer and wings.
9 - Le Spot
There's true history embedded in this Scarborough snooker palace which boasts professional-level Brunswick and Diamond equipment. If champs have made this their regular pool spot since the eighties, maybe you should give it a shot too.
4 - The Crooked Cue (Etobicoke)
An awesome rooftop patio is the crown jewel on top of this 10,000-square-foot pub and poolhall in Etobicoke. The family that owns this place has been running billiards lounges for nearly a century, so you know they’re legit.
3 - Rivoli (Poolhall)
Eleven pool tables deck out this spacious Queen West pool hall that's arguably the most well known in the city. There's a charging station for your phones, TouchTunes jukeboxes, a photo booth, and even better, afterward you can go downstairs to check out live music or slurp up pad thai.
11 - VIP Billiards
This pool hall near Yonge and Gerrard runs a number of cheap wing, tequila and pitcher specials throughput the week to go along with its 19 pool tables and 3 snooker tables.
5 - Annex Billiards
This Annex spot is somewhere poolhall regulars likely find themselves hanging out all the time. A bit of a divier vibe, but in exchange for low rates, especially earlier in the evening.
by Amy Carlberg via blogTO