Philadelphia Style - - NOW IN PHILADELPHIA -

Move over, bowl­ing. Ping-pong just might be the next big thing in Philly en­ter­tain­ment. SPIN, a Ping-pong club that opened this sum­mer in Rit­ten­house with ad­dresses also in New York, Chicago and Austin, is the per­fect venue to so­cial­ize while try­ing your hand at the fast-paced Olympic sport. SPIN CEO Pi­eter Van­er­men says that the com­pany’s vi­sion “to in­spire and unite peo­ple through Ping-pong” com­ple­ments the City of Brotherly Love’s “vi­brant en­vi­ron­ment and di­verse cre­ative com­mu­nity.” We couldn’t agree more, what with perks like pri­vate ses­sions with a pro to help per­fect your game at one of the club’s 17 ta­bles, lo­cally sourced snacks like or­ganic kale chips and sig­na­ture drinks with ta­ble ten­nis themes (try the Back­spin). Stop by for af­ter-work team build­ing or a night out with your fiercest ta­ble ten­nis ri­vals. 211 S. 15th St., phil­a­del­phia.wear­ –Han­nah Her­sh­berger

It’s all fun and games at Ping- Pong so­cial club SPIN. NOW I N PHI L A DEL PHIA PLAY­TIME

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