Bomba Billiards: Bill Roundy’s cartoon review

Red Hook’s Bomba Billiards bounces back from Sandy

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Bomba Billiards & Bar [250 Van Brunt St. between Commerce and Verona streets in Red Hook, (718) 222–8333]. Open Wed.–Mon., 3 pm–4 am; Tue., closed.

Updated 10:03 am, April 26, 2013
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John Wasserman from Windsor Terrace says:
Me oh, my! Apparently, this "Bartoonist" has a twin brother (as you'll see in the 1st picture of this article). Unless, of coarse, this isn't a real picture. Sorry to spoil the party, but someone had to point this out. I am sorry for interrupting.
April 26, 2013, 12:47 pm
mbs from Red Hook says:
I live near this bar. Worst neighbors ever. Extremely loud, customers sitting on our stairs at 4 am, fighting at 4 am, leaving their car/motorcycle engines on at 4am, etc..., screaming in the back yard, deafeningly loud music. Absolutely no regard for their neighbors.
April 27, 2013, 3:06 pm

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