9275 S.W. 40th St.
Miami, FL 33165
The popular Bird Bowl bowling alley is also a great venue for billiards play. The 16 billiards tables are rented by the hour of play and there are specific ranges of hours every week that prices are lower than others including some buy-one-hour, get-one-hour-free times. Bird Bowl also features a game room and wireless internet for guests. The kitchen opens from breakfast until closing with typical bowling alley fare like pizza, wings and burgers as well as healthier options such as salads and wraps.
The Billiard Club
9060 State Road 84
Davie, FL 33324
With over 20 years in the business, The Billiard Club is a serious contender on the scene. The Davie location features several billiards tables and a fun atmosphere often centered on sports. The environment is lively and fun and this spot regularly hosts great drink specials. The Billiard Club is open daily until late and the featured dress attire is casual. There are two other locations as well located in the Sawgrass Mills Mall and in Miami Lakes.
New Wave Billiards
1403 S.W. 107th Ave.
Miami, FL 33174
New Wave Billiards is a family-owned business satisfying repeat customers for years. The expansive space features six European carom billiard tables and 29 pocket billiard tables so it’s difficult for guests to arrive and have to wait to play. The plasma TVs feature the best sports games and New Wave Billiards features a full bar and tasty menu. This is a popular hangout for college students due to the close proximity to Florida International University.
218 Española Way
Miami Beach, FL 33139
South Beach’s Lost Weekend has several tables for billiards, attracting newcomers and serious enthusiasts alike. The full-service bar also has a kitchen open late, accommodating hours of relaxed play. Free popcorn is always on hand and other entertainment includes such games as foosball. The bar is open daily and guests must be 21 years of age or older.
124 2nd St.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
Ted’s Hideaway is a fun dive bar located in the South of Fifth neighborhood of South Beach. Though it’s a dive bar, the crowd is very versatile with everyone from older patrons to the young college-aged crowd. There are a few tables for billiards on one side of the bar and lots of fun entertainment like upbeat music from the crowd-controlled digital jukebox. This is a venue for patrons 21 years of age and older.
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