A Mt. Olive resident has opened up a new billiard’s place nearby as a new place in Warren County for friendly pool competition.
Rack & Roll Billiards and Ice Cream Parlor, LLC, on Route 31 in Washington just opened for business on March 1, seven days a week 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Grilled food and ice cream will be coming by June but for now shoot on by to compete shooting billiards on gorgeous century old Brunswick billiards tables in museum quality condition.
David Merring, owner who has lived in Budd Lake for the past 29 years, provides 21 Brunswick billiards tables in a different model, from very modern manufacture to one that was built in 1870. Since each table is different, Merring is allowing customers to try multiple tables, rather than assigning a single table.
Built as a date night site for teenagers and young adults, Rack & Roll Billiards offers an opportunity to gather and participate in the sport of billiards, where both strategy and execution will be required to beat an opponent! These 21 both new and historic century old billiards tables bring billiards to the highest standard available anywhere in the world, now just minutes from home.
Offered in a separate room are four billiards tables for teenagers to gather, shoot pool, and listen to their own music! Another loft contains three century old Brunswick tables, one of which was owned by the original Madman of Advertising, Ron Travisano, who owned the advertising agency in which the hit series “Madmen” was written; another Tom Cruise shot pool as a teenager in Glen Ridge.
Also offered is a private rental suite containing an eight-foot Brunswick Gibson billiards table, which is perfect for private parties.
One hour rentals, per person, are $6; or $5 for senior citizens.
Call 908-574-2177 for more information or visit www.RackAndRollBilliards.net.