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Well-known Edinburgh pool corridor undergoes facelift as model new look is revealed

A FAMOUS Edinburgh pool corridor is reopening its doorways following refurbishment and growth.

This month, Marco’s Pool Corridor on Grove Road is unveiling an entire new look, in addition to a brand new personal rent karaoke room.

Again within the Eighties, it’s estimated over 500 individuals would flock to Marco’s karaoke every weekend to sing their hearts out.

The venue didn’t simply appeal to the eye of locals, with Bruce Springsteen even making an look to make use of the health club inside Marco’s Leisure Centre earlier than his gig in Edinburgh.

The bar at Marco’s Pool Corridor now contains an excellent bigger choice of craft beers and cocktails, in addition to over 50 gins.

Following the refurbishment, Marco’s Pool Corridor – which was as soon as the most important snooker corridor on the planet – boasts new amenities alongside its 19 9ft skilled American pool tables.

The karaoke room may accommodate as much as 16 individuals, while different new options embrace a brand new retro-gaming cosy, 4K extremely HD TVs for watching dwell sports activities and a revamped bar with a big choice of craft beers and cocktails in addition to over 50 gins.

The interiors have been refurbished with options comparable to new seating and a contemporary dekton bar prime.

Classic memorabilia can also be on show, comparable to authentic scoreboards from the venue’s opening in 1981, and a caricature of Luigi Umberto DeMarco, also called the Godfather of Scottish Snooker – and the grandfather of present proprietor Paul DeMarco.

Talking forward of the launch, Paul DeMarco commented: “A lot has modified since my
father Bert DeMarco and my uncle Ramon DeMarco opened this venue over 40 years in the past,
however the beauty of Marco’s is that we proceed to evolve with out dropping sight of the place we began.

“The result’s a spread of unforgettable experiences – from easy-to-play American
pool, nice foods and drinks, dwell sports activities, and now karaoke and retro video games stations.”