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Q: Where can I play pool in Beijing?

9 years 39 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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There are many large pool halls across the city, but for something smaller and cooler, check out Ball House. It only has three tables, but has a great atmosphere. If you’d rather play in a bar type setting, check out Luga’s Villa.

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I know 2kolegas has a pool table outside on the lawn, and I'm sure many other bars around town do too.
21 liangmaqiao road, inside the drive in cinema, Chaoyang District.

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http://www.beijingfeeling.com/tour/beijing-billiards/

East Forever 东恒台球城

RMB 28/hr (snooker table), RMB 20/hr (billiard table).

Beijing East Forever Billiards

Beijing East Forever Billiards

Beijing East Forever Billiards Location

Renmin University 人民大学
2/F, Zhongding Mansion, 300m west of Jimen Qiao on the south side of the street, Haidian District
海淀区蓟门桥西300米中鼎大厦2层
Daily 24hours
6216 8000/9000

The other Billiards are located on the link I provided.

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