The Crooked Cue

Bars & Pubs
The Crooked Cue

A mega renovation… Retractable roof… not your average billiard hall…

Tracey and Sam Pappas

Tracey and Sam Pappas

The building that is currently known as the Crooked Cue was purchased in 1954 by the current owner Sam Pappas’ grandfather. It was originally a bowling alley that was converted to a Kingsway Billiards by Sam’s father William. In 1992, Sam and Tracey converted it to the Crooked Cue.

Providing a relaxed, upscale environment, ideal for people of all ages and for all occasions, the 12 000 square foot facility recently went through a state-of-the-art renovation, including a spectacular retractable roof!

Sam explains: “When Tracey and I took over in 1992, the concept of a billiard hall….chic.”

Adapting to the times and taking advantage of the popularity, Crooked Cue went through a transformation. The menu was vastly improved and the fare included gourmet items,perfectly poured international beers and award-winning wines. The 4th generation recently joined the friendly team to which the success and longevity can be attributed.


The Crooked Cue Billiards
The Crooked Cue Rooftop Patio


And this year, Sam and Tracey invested in a mega renovation capped by the spectacular retractable roof. Daylight abounds and the big communal harvest tables as well as the comfortable fireside tub chairs provide an atmosphere unmatched by any billiard facility in the world. And now for that perfect relaxing, fun setting, you can enjoy live acoustic bands on Thursday evenings! Featured on CBC and TSN, it’s like being in Ralph Lauren’s den with pool tables!

Perfect for a dinner date, fun with friends, or private parties for any sized crowd, you owe it to yourself to visit the new Crooked Cue!


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3056 Bloor Street West
(West of Royal York, North side)
Tel: 416-236-7736

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