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Golden Hall Billiard at Bur Dubai by 360emirates
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Golden Hall Billiard - Bur Dubai by 360emirates.com

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For your One-Stop Entertainment Destination where you can experience a variety of amusement activities, join us at Golden Hall Billiards. You can spend your time between Bowling, Billiards, Foosball, Network Gaming, Console Gaming and Touchscreen Gaming while enjoying our wide-range menu. Shisha and gourmet foods are served in our attached coffee shop where you can take a break, relax and follow all premiere sports channels.

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