10/11/2009Provided by Citysearch -
Probably the best thing about Rack N' Cue is that the business is still fairly new and everything there is nice and clean. They have a huge projection screen and 7 flat panels, great for showing sports events. The layout is open and there are lots of things to do besides shoot pool or hang out by the bar, there is also a dance floor with excellent lighting and a great sound system. The food is limited to either authentic Vietnamese dishes or typical bar fare such as wings and all things fried. The pricing is fair and the bar tenders make great drinks. Probably, the only major set-backs are that the unique food entrees are not always available. However, if you ever have late night cravings for authentic Vietnamese noodle soups like Pho or Bun Bo Hue (spicy beef soup), they'll have it along with other unbeatable dishes at that hour such as calamari, mussels, fried rice, or salt pepper shrimp. Great place to go in Salem for an all around good time.
On a side note: RnC also supports local performers and have had performances by local artists from almost all types of musical backgrounds as well as local DJ's. The only set back to this is that whenever there is a show or performance, RnC has a cover charge, typically $5, but that's reasonable.