Ping pong-focused social club SPIN opened a location in Boston’s bustling Seaport District. Pop art and graffiti from local artist Blind Fox don the walls. Working with local artists isn't the only element unique to this venue.
Food and beverage items have been tailored with the local audience in mind. SPIN's kitchen offers a wide variety of sharable items including beer brined wings, rustic pizzas, chicken tinga tacos.
SPIN features 14 Olympic grade STIGA ping pong tables, two private rooms (the Viper Lounge and Garage Alley, collectively known as Copper Common), a horseshoe bar and the iconic SPIN bathtub — inspired by Andy Warhol's Campbell's soup collection. With ping pong balls whizzing back and forth, SPIN’s professional ping pong ball scoopers work the floor making sure guests don't have to chase any stray balls.
Images courtesy of Artists For Humanity, SPIN Boston