Citysearch Editorial Review.
Bars have always had pool tables, and more and more have ping-pong, but Skee-Ball is the new black on New York’s bar gaming scene, and Full Circle Bar is the culmination of the trend. The space has four lanes, stadium seating and organized league nights giving the guys behind Brewskee Ball, New York's first Skee-Ball league, a permanent home. Games are a buck each, and it's easy to blow $20 on this Chucky Cheese-y pastime in as many minutes--so the cheap shot-and-beer combos are key. Some Skee-Ballers bemoan the short lanes and high price-per-game, but--and they actually exist--most serious players praise the accurate and smoothly functioning machines and like-minded company.
Citysearch Editorial Profile.
Eric Pavony and Evan Tobias, the guys behind Brewskee Ball (NYC's first skeeball league) run this Williamsburg bar complete with four skeeball machines, five beers on tap and stadium benches for watching all of the competitive action.