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Salt City Billiards - Syracuse, NY - 10-30-2014, 07:46 AM

If you have not been to Salt City Billiards lately, or at all, you owe it to yourself to check it out. The new owner and his staff have gone above and beyond, to make Salt City Billiards a premier entertainment venue. Whether you are a pool player, fan of billiards, or just seeking a good time, Salt City Billiards has something for you.

The tournament area holds (7) 9' Gold Crown tables, all freshly covered with Tournament Green Simonis 860HR, with new Diamond cushions installed. All of the pocket angles have been adjusted, with pocket openings matched at 4 13/16" corners and 5 5/16" sides.

For spectators, there are cameras over each of these tournament tables, with a display of monitors conveniently placed behind the bar. You'll never have to leave your seat, to capture all of the action in the room.

While the tournament area is separate from the rest of the room, the main floor holds (8) 7' Valley bar tables, all with Simonis 860HR cloth. You will also find arcade games, New York State Quickdraw, a full bar, a modestly priced food menu, large flat screen television, and a large selection of billiard supplies for sale. Among the many other amenities that Salt City Billiards has to offer, the friendly wait staff make rounds throughout the room, taking food and drink orders.

If you are looking for something to do this weekend, you should consider the Joss Northeast 9 Ball Tour stop, at Salt City Billiards. Whether participating, or just spectating, you are sure to have a good time.

Also be sure to check out the handicapped 9 ball tournaments, held every Tuesday night, starting at 7:00 pm. Get there early, so that you can purchase your tickets for the '10 ball break pot'. If your ticket is drawn, you will be given the opportunity to break and run a rack of 10 ball. Each pocketed ball is worth a minimum of $200 (if playing in the tournament, $100 if not).


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