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Astoria Billiards Club for sale, one month after facing gambling charges

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Sept. 3, 2014 By Michael Florio

Astoria Billiards Club, located at 35-21 30th Ave, is up for sale, just one month after being shut down- temporarily–by court order.

The establishment was closed after the police conducted a raid in June and alleged that gambling had been taking place on the premises.

While the owner did not comment on the closure, she did confirm that the business was for sale for $250,000.

The owner has run the establishment since 2004, which offers billiards, pool, snooker, ping pong, air hockey, chess and backgammon.

The club, which occupies the basement space, typically operates from 11 am to 3 am seven days a week. It offers beer/wine and a bite to eat.

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