Right on Cue: 330 W tranforms old Dan...

Right on Cue: 330 W tranforms old Danville pool hall into upscale eatery

There are 13 comments on the Advocate Messenger story from Dec 25, 2010, titled Right on Cue: 330 W tranforms old Danville pool hall into upscale eatery. In it, Advocate Messenger reports that:

With the rate that new dining establishments have been opening over the past six months, holiday visitors who haven't been back to Danville in a while might have to do a double take the first time they visit downtown.

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REBEL YELL

United States

#1 Dec 27, 2010
Bring back the poolroom, the class of people in the poolroom was a lot better than danvilles wannabe snobby elites that are at 303 west. Mike ran off the oldest poolroom in ky for an over priced, short menu bar that won't last a year with their menu, prices, and wannabe snooty people.
howdy howdy

Winchester, KY

#2 Dec 27, 2010
We can infiltrate and bring in the "unsavory element" like we did at Old Bridge. lol
REBEL YELL

United States

#3 Dec 27, 2010
Fk old bridge too
MOT

Winchester, KY

#4 Dec 23, 2012
They must be high priced. I never see over two or three people in there. The prices would have to be sky high to keep the lights on. Bring back the pool tables.
disappointed

Lexington, KY

#5 May 11, 2013
This bar sucks drinks over priced the set up of the table were crappy the only good thing was the band but it was so loud you could even talk. Anyways for those prices in going back to Nicholasville or Lexington
Ouch my wallet

Versailles, KY

#6 Aug 30, 2013
Visited food wasnt worth the money we paid. Seem like under class trying to become upper let me remind you this small town is Danville, not upper manhattan
I have to agree

London, KY

#7 Aug 30, 2013
so many businesses fail here bacause they have this grand idea that the local people here are making 6 or 7 figures, that is the exception here, not the rule. times are tight all over and you'd be better to lose a little less an order and maintain return customers than to make the 10 extra dollars for the first time customer and never have a repeat.
webn

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Aug 30, 2013
Ouch my wallet wrote:
Visited food agree wasnt worth the money we paid. Seem like under class trying to become upper let me remind you this small town is Danville, not upper manhattan
i agree totally its not nyc only reason its there is because of centre college.if centre college wasnt there it would be a little red neck town like all the other surrounding towns.
wlhh709sw

Danville, KY

#9 Aug 31, 2013
Idiots. The place that is at that location now isn't the same place mentioned in the article that started this thread.
webn

Lexington, KY

#10 Aug 31, 2013
wlhh709sw wrote:
Idiots. The place that is at that location now isn't the same place mentioned in the article that started this thread.
Well then enlighten us all hillbilly!!
Wow

Danville, KY

#11 Oct 3, 2013
All you poor f**ks quit bitching, nobody's fault your poor white trash. If you need a meal in your budget then go to mcdonalds. Our go enjoy some low class dining at Applebee's with a min.wage paid teen to cook or shall I say microwave your meal.
Laurel

Danville, KY

#12 Nov 18, 2013
The Cue is a beautiful addition to the lovely town of Danville. With the Tealeaf, Sweet Difference, Elmwood Inn , Suttons restaurants all long gone, it is such a pleasure to have a dining option for a ladies day out, a fine local establishment available to bring visiting guests or family or simply a great date night treat here locally when gas prices are climbing. There are so many fast food choices...please welcome a healthier, tastier, finer dining option in the new Cue on Main Street. Surely the food would be delicious if all the cussing had not left such a bitter taste in ones mouth?
Nicesurprise

La Vergne, TN

#13 Mar 29, 2014
After reading all the banter on here I wasn't sure this was the same place you all were talking about.. and guess what?! It's not. The new owner of this restaurant is an innovative businessman. They still do recognizable home cooked food from scratch, but they keep things gmo free, have an organic garden for produce they use and are friendly to nut, gluten and any other allergies that are big this day and age. The foods delicious and not microwaved they actually cook it. The service was wonderful, and the table cloths and ambiance truely beautiful. The drinks I did see were a bit expensive but the pours were generous. Which makes them worth it. Those martini glasses were huge. Lol. I definitely will be back and I'm so happy Danville has a gem like this.

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