One of Little Rock's hippest places to be at night is Midtown. Not only can you play pool all night long, you can also ... More
One of Little Rock's hippest places to be at night is Midtown. Not only can you play pool all night long, you can also check out some of the best regional bands. This bar, which caters to a late '20s, early '30s crowd, serves any drink you can think of, as well as great food for the late-night munchies. A membership is required, but you can buy those at the door.
Midtown is the place to go when you want to play pool or billards, you want to hear every kind of music and meet people from different walks of life! This is no place for the weak of heart, cause they go from 4:00 in the afternoon until 5:00 in the morning!
Stephanie is one of the sweetest Bartenders I have ever had serve me. She went out of her way to make sure my drinks were right and she knows her way around a Grill!
Midtown Billiards is not your average "dive" bar. It draws an eclectic mix of old-time domino and snooker players to young professionals. Open until 4:30 you can come as you are and relax or boogie depending on your mood. A members only bar, it offers some of the best late night entertainment in Central Arkansas. A big plus is many of the traveling acts to Arkansas know of Midtown and will come there after their shows to relax, so it can be a place to rub elbows with not only the locals, but some big names! One often overlooked attraction of Midtown, besides having some of the best bartenders, is the food. The burgers are second to none, and I guarantee no matter how full you are when you smell them cooking you'll want one! I highly recommend if you can handle the smoke, grease and noise and want to have fun to check this place out!
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