Trademarks and Logos for Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita, KS, including past and current designs.
Photos from Inside Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita, KS
Photos from inside the Billiards Sports Plaza pool h all in Wichita, KS.
Photos of Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita, KS
Photos of the outside of Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita, KS.
Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita - Store Info
Pool Cue Sales. Our cue brands include:
McDermott Cues (Authorizer McDermott Dealer)
Pool Accessory Sales
Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita - Pool Hall Info
One Chevillotte 5'X10' Heated Three-Cushion Billiard Table
One Antique Brunswick 5'X10' Non-Heated Three-Cushion Billiard Table
Are you looking for something new to do with the family? Do you like to play pool or is someone in your family looking to learn? Would like to find quality pool cues and accessories? At Billiards Sports Plaza, you will find the place you are looking for and more.
Find a nice time and entertainment for the whole family with us. From a night out with the guys or girls to a family night out, we provide a safe, fun atmosphere for everyone.
Hours Of Fun For The Whole Family
When you choose Billiards Sports Plaza, you are choosing a company dedicated to providing quality family entertainment. With us, you will find a family-friendly atmosphere as well as all the fun of traditional billiards. We also sell pool cues and accessories.
8’ and 9’ Time Tables are $2.50 per hour/per player
Billiards and Snooker Tables are $3 per hour
Coin Tables are .50 cents a game
Cue Rental is $1.50 per hour
Make plans to have a family night out with us and create memories that will last a lifetime. Call us at 316-652-7081 or 316-652-0361 to get more information or to learn about our current promotions. We look forward to serving you.
Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita Business Information
Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita Employees
Theodore W. Maisch Jr.
Owner, Billiards Sports Plaza
Billiards Sports Plaza Wichita opened at this location on 2019-06-14
I have a green valley pool table that's the same as those three green Valley bar tables in your video above with the brown inlays on the side. They're just like the one I have. Mine is a home pool table with no ball window.
Can you tell me any history about them? If so, please drop a note on my question: