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Even though signs of decay have taken some of the old shine away, Billiard Palacade's soaring vault ceiling hints that this humble pool hall - serving the Outer Mission, Crocker Amazon, and Excelsior neighborhoods - was once a local entertainment mecca. Regardless of age, however, it remains a great place for locals to shoot some billar and quaff a cold bottled cerveza while Latin standards, new-school reggaetón, and old Santana hits blare from the corner jukebox. Tables are usually easy to come by during daytime hours, while weekends and evenings mean more crowds, so schedule accordingly.


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