The mahogany display case was custom built to match the antique bar. Easy Street carries a large selection of cue sticks from less than $100 to more than $1000, and cases from $10 to over $300.
Whether you're a novice player looking for a starter cue, or getting ready to seek fame and fortune on the road, you'll find a cue at Easy Street that will more than fill your needs.
All of the tables at Easy Street were built by REBCO of Fresno. They are 4 1/2' x 9', solid cherry with leather pockets, and are covered with Simonis 860 Worsted Wool cloth. Shown is one of our favorites, Table 9, located in a corner near Darlene. Notice the artwork on the walls by Georgia O'Keefe and Roy Lichtenstein.
The Antique Mahogany Bar One of the first things you'll notice when you visit Easy Street is the 1880's Scottish bar. It's been restored and refinished, and now contains electrical refrigeration instead of mice running in wire wheels.We feature some of the best domestic and import beers both bottled and on draft. We also have a wide selection of non-alcoholic beverages and energy drinks.
Keeping watch over the poolroom are Darlene (seated), and an unidentified friend (arriving at upper left) . Darlene is sitting at a table with an authentic 1970's Lava Lamp churning up purple blobs of nostalgia for everyone who remembers that era (groovy, man). Some daring souls have challenged her to play for money, but so far, she hasn't lost even a single game. You have to keep in mind that she practices all night, every night, after closing time.
The Neon Sign
The large green neon sign reminds players where they are (pool players can lose track of that sort of thing easily), and adds a nice touch to the room.
On the back wall you will notice a print of "The Scream"--a fitting piece of art for the game of pool.