Andy Poolhall

Now's your chance to own a piece of Andy Poolhall

Andy Poolhall closed its doors back in September 2014 after over a decade-long run on College St., but now there's a chance to preserve the quirky club for posterity. The retro-styled contents of the pool hall are set to be auctioned off later this week. And in case you think it's all old junk, an early billing for the sale advertises "Pierre Poulin's Concorde lounge chairs, Artemide lighting and Herman Miller seating."

Yes, a few items might appeal to collectors who never set foot in the place, but one suspects that many of those interested in picking up a piece of Andy Poolhall will do so for nostalgic reasons. There had been talk of new owners resuscitating the bar after its fall closure, but with the contents on the way out, so too is any hope that any of the old vibe will remain even if the space is repurposed as a bar/nightclub.

The auction runs March 18-25.


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