“the neighborhood beer joint”
The building that houses Deep Eddy Cabaret was built in the 1920s and served as a grocery store and bait shop until becoming a beer joint in 1951. It has been in continual operation since then serving loyal patrons. We have a selection of beers in bottles and on tap. We have ice-cold mugs to enhance your drinking experience. Our tap beers are available by the pitcher or mini pitcher and, of course, we chill those down as well. We also have a limited selection of wine. Our customers love our prices. We have two pool tables and a variety of electronic games. The jukebox is a favorite with patrons and features an eclectic mix of country, soul and rock music. Smoking is allowed at the picnic tables on the shaded back patio.
This spring-fed swimming hole-turned ridiculous 1920's resort turned public pool has a fascinating history--- and it's still one of the country's most pleasant pools. It's incredibly cheap, good for swimming laps, no gross chlorine, always a nice temperature, wading pool for the kids, concession stand with yummy water ice... basically, everything you could want from a pool.
The "Official Description" says it is a man-made swimming pool, which is true, but it doesn't mention that it is spring fed. The water is always cold, but a little warmer in the very shallow end, because of the sun warming it. It's a GREAT place for all ages. There are dedicated swimming lanes divided by a limestone wall from the regular swim area. I took my daughter and a few of her friends for her 9th birthday, and everyone had a great time swimming, even my 14 month old son. We walked next door for pizza afterward, but I believe Mangia Pizza is no longer there. Too bad 'cause it was a great fun low budget birthday party!
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Deep Eddy Cabaret
- Sun - Sat: 12:00 pm - 2:00 am
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