Soho Billiards

CVS Will Debut Its New Location on East Houston July 5

Posted July 1, 2014 at 6:11 am

CVS is finally ready to unveil its new block-long pharmacy at 42-56 East Houston Street. The plywood curtain was lifted yesterday to reveal a fresh brick facade, and new window scheme. Their token illuminated signage is also bolted to the marquee in four different places. You know, just in case you forget where you are. […]

CVS Invading NoHo; Subway & Ranjha Cleaners Booted

Posted August 6, 2013 at 6:00 am

CVS just flexed its muscle, and like that, an entire block of East Houston is theirs. Both Subway and Ranjha Cleaners vacated the premises over the weekend; Soho Billiards was evicted back in December. The closures happened super swiftly, and with little notice to the community. Those customers of Ranjha are instructed via printout to […]

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CVS Moving Into Soho Billiards Space on East Houston

Posted May 20, 2013 at 5:27 am

Chains, chains, chains. A corporate pharmacy is coming to the fringe of the Lower East Side, but not the one you might think.

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Soho Billiards Alum Behind New Pool Hall at 250 East Houston

Posted April 2, 2013 at 6:30 am

Down but not out. It is indeed Soho Billiards alumni behind the new pool hall opening at 250 East Houston Street. Precisely as presumed.

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SoHo Billiards Evicted, Awnings Deposed

Posted November 14, 2012 at 6:18 am

Eight ball, corner pocket – game over for SoHo Billiards at 298 Mulberry Street. News of its eviction a couple weeks ago certainly suffocated wind from the proverbial sails of the old school neighborhood.

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Soho Billiards Extends Hours of Operation

Posted May 6, 2011 at 6:09 am

Great news for all the billiards players in the neighborhood. More after the jump!

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This is the End

Last modified November 1, 2010 at 12:23 am

If a certain sidewalk stencil is any indication, the end is now the trend on East Houston.  Literally.  Outside the gloriously grungy Soho Billiards is a pair of longstanding tags which ominously read “The End.”  Both of the identical markings had remained intact until recently, when one was aptly amended to read “the trend.”  Quite […]

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