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Celebrity Ping Pong Bar Spin Is Coming to D.C.

The game-centric chain is moving into the National Press Club building

Ping pong pros playing a game at Spin.
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Spin, the party-throwing ping pong bar originally founded by actress Susan Sarandon, is scheduled to arrive in D.C. before the end of the year.

The budding chain, which has sprinkled locations from New York City to Seattle and everywhere in between, is opening its next outpost on Friday, May 18 in Austin. A spokeswoman for the game-oriented eatery declined to give an exact opening date for the location being carved out of the basement of the National Press Club building (1332 F Street NW), but did tell Eater “that D.C. will be next.”

Per media reports, the D.C. location is expected to house over a dozen ping pong tables, a restaurant, and bar. All of the Spin locations feature similar menus, serving gourmet snacks including assorted sliders, flatbreads, and sweets. The built-in bars tend to offer draft beers, traditional cocktails, specialty drinks, and affordable wines by the glass.

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