This classy pool hall and restaurant features 27 professional tables on two floors. No dark smoke-filled room here; the exposed brick walls, high-top tables and leather booths give the room a loungey, urban feel. G-Cue appeals to a broad spectrum of players, both novice and serious. Co-owner and pro player Tom Karabatsos even gives lessons (by the hour) for the pool challenged. No quarters needed, the tables are billed by the quarter hour and there are special hourly rates.
The food covers the spectrum from light bites to full-on entrees. Appetizers include bar munchies like chicken quesadillas, poppers and hot wings. Half-pound burgers, turkey clubs and a BLT with avocado are a few of the sandwich choices. Entree options include pan-fried chicken with wild mushroom sauce, and a grilled salmon fillet with citrus butter. Home-spun desserts include banana splits and hot fudge sundaes. The signature cocktail list includes about 30 martinis.