The former Pool Hall at Hanapepe Town Lot #18 is a long building which sits on the main road of the once thriving town. The building is a one story, single wall building constructed of vertical tongue and groove boards. The front elevation has a false front and an awning roof over the side walk. Pool Hall is a surviving example of the vernacular wood commercial buildings constructed in Hawaii in the early twentieth century. The building is also significant for its associations with the growth of the town of Hanapepe.
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