A classic pool hall with eighteen well-kept tables. It's seedy enough that you can enjoy hustlers working the room, but not so rough-and-tumble that Marie can't announce her new grand-kids on the vintage marquee outside. Hot dogs and a couple of arcade machines are available.
3241 West Montrose Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States
Nearest Transit: Montrose (Line: Brown Line)
Marie's Golden Cue and Nearby Attractions on Map
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