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Any Table A Client Can Conceptualize Will Be Fair Game.

Billiards by Brandt provides fully-customized pool tables to art and billiard enthusiasts alike. Similar to commissioning artists for their unique abilities, clients can commission Dan Brandt, the artist and mastercraftsman behind Billiards by Brandt, for one-of-a-kind pool tables made precisely to their liking and desired specifications.

Billiards by Brandt produces all items cradle to grave under Dan’s direction and supervision, and ensures clients an efficient process by having him as the point of contact in all transactions. Dan helps guide architects, designers, developers and even inspired homeowners towards the table they envision. And once production begins, an open invitation is extended for all clients to tour the workshop and see their tables being made.

Any Table A Client Can Conceptualize Will Be Fair Game.

Billiards by Brandt provides fully-customized pool tables to art and billiard enthusiasts alike. Similar to commissioning artists for their unique abilities, clients can commission Dan Brandt, the artist and mastercraftsman behind Billiards by Brandt, for one-of-a-kind pool tables made precisely to their liking and desired specifications.

Billiards by Brandt produces all items cradle to grave under Dan’s direction and supervision, and ensures clients an efficient process by having him as the point of contact in all transactions. Dan helps guide architects, designers, developers and even inspired homeowners towards the table they envision. And once production begins, an open invitation is extended for all clients to tour the workshop and see their tables being made.

“Look at my hands, I do everything: create, find, restore, load the truck, deliver, install and call the next day to see how the client is doing… They're in my hands, and I’m here to take care of them and solve their problems.”- Dan Brandt

About Dan Brandt

As recently described in Indulge Magazine, Dan Brandt is a Renaissance man with a hint of Santa Claus. He’s a lawyer and lobbyist. He reads Homer and quotes Plato. He’s a gentleman who gracefully opens doors. And he is the go-to guy when rock stars, athletes and even luxury hotels are searching for that perfect toy — a one-of-a kind billiards table.

With a fluffy white mustache and kind eyes behind his spectacles, the 67-year-old builds, restores and tinkers with pool tables in his Santa-esque workshop. This man cave — bursting with stacks of slate and wood beams dating back hundreds of years, turn-of-the-century screws, and dismembered pool tables — resembles a whimsical museum.

The Michigan native wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but rather an ivory teething ring made from billiard ball scraps. His father was a Brunswick service manager for almost 20 years before moving to South Florida in the ’60s to start his own pool table business, where his clients included royalty and A-list movie stars.

Brandt took a different route. He became a legal aid attorney and practiced environmental law before moving to South Florida in the ’80s to learn his dad’s business. Today, he still uses a level his father made 50 years ago, and he’s teaching his son all his secrets to conserve and restore his works of art. 

“Everyone can play pool regardless of gender, religion or economic status,” Brandt said. “It transcends all media.”

When The Rolling Stones were in town, Brandt installed a snooker table backstage so they could play before the show. His masterpieces have also been commissioned by Al Gore, Pat Riley, the Miami Heat, Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Delano South Beach and HBO’s Ballers. During the rare occasion when he’s not working on a table, Brandt is restoring a 1964 Volvo 544, which he’s been working on since disco ruled the airwaves.

About Dan Brandt

As recently described in Indulge Magazine, Dan Brandt is a Renaissance man with a hint of Santa Claus. He’s a lawyer and lobbyist. He reads Homer and quotes Plato. He’s a gentleman who gracefully opens doors. And he is the go-to guy when rock stars, athletes and even luxury hotels are searching for that perfect toy — a one-of-a kind billiards table.

With a fluffy white mustache and kind eyes behind his spectacles, the 67-year-old builds, restores and tinkers with pool tables in his Santa-esque workshop. This man cave — bursting with stacks of slate and wood beams dating back hundreds of years, turn-of-the-century screws, and dismembered pool tables — resembles a whimsical museum.

The Michigan native wasn’t born with a silver spoon in his mouth, but rather an ivory teething ring made from billiard ball scraps. His father was a Brunswick service manager for almost 20 years before moving to South Florida in the ’60s to start his own pool table business, where his clients included royalty and A-list movie stars.

Brandt took a different route. He became a legal aid attorney and practiced environmental law before moving to South Florida in the ’80s to learn his dad’s business. Today, he still uses a level his father made 50 years ago, and he’s teaching his son all his secrets to conserve and restore his works of art. 

“Everyone can play pool regardless of gender, religion or economic status,” Brandt said. “It transcends all media.”

When The Rolling Stones were in town, Brandt installed a snooker table backstage so they could play before the show. His masterpieces have also been commissioned by Al Gore, Pat Riley, the Miami Heat, Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Delano South Beach and HBO’s Ballers. During the rare occasion when he’s not working on a table, Brandt is restoring a 1964 Volvo 544, which he’s been working on since disco ruled the airwaves.

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