Test your skills, beat your friends… and make them buy you beer!
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Founded in 1902 by Fred Smith as a billiard academy, Smith’s has withstood the test of time as the region’s oldest and best known Billiards Hall.
Smith’s celebrated it’s 100th Anniversary over a decade ago, and is still going strong. The pool hall caters to pool players of all ability levels, from those who can run a table, to those not really sure which end of the cue to use. Young and old alike frequent this historic spot. Who remembers “Spotball” Charlie, Louis Goldberg, “Big Jack” Serafini, Howard “The Fireman” Knight, Willie “Georgia Boy” Bailey, Louis Richards, baseball star Leo Durocher, George Clark, and of course Jimmy “Springfield Rifle” Relihan?
In 2008 Smith’s was the focus of the popular TV Show Ghost Hunters. Is it haunted? Come see for yourself – if you dare.
In addition to Billiards, there is also a highly acclaimed list of fine craft beers, ciders, and sprits. A true destination for craft beer lovers with 14 lines of draught, an authentic hand pulled cask line, and nearly 100 bottles and cans to choose from.