The best places to play billiards in Toronto are where you can feel like a character right out of Hustler or the Color of Money or just play a few casual games while downing a pitcher with friends.

Here are the best places to play billiards in Toronto.



On the second floor of the Rivoli, pay by the hour pool tables and accompanying bar with scattered TVs showing the night's sports action. Eleven pool tables deck out this spacious Queen West pool hall that's arguably the most well known in the city. There's a charging station for your phones, TouchTunes jukeboxes, a photo booth, and even better, afterward you can go downstairs to check out live music or slurp up pad thai. 

334 Queen Street West (2nd Floor)


The Crooked Cue in Etobicoke has been around since the pioneer days. With another location in Mississauga, this place has roots leading back to 1910. A family business that has surpassed generations, this is a billiards place, bar and restaurant.

An awesome rooftop patio is the crown jewel on top of this io,000-square-foot poolhall in Etobicoke. The family that owns this place has been running billiards lounges for nearly a century, so you know they're legit. 

3056 Bloor Street West


This Annex spot is somewhere poolhall regulars likely find themselves hanging out all the time. A bit of a divider vibe, but in exchange for low rates, especially earlier in the evening. 

Annex Billiards is a billiards club near Bloor and Brunswick that's been around for decades. Most patrons here make proper use of the eight billiard and 10 snooker tables.

507 Bloor St W