Raise your paddles for the coolest in communal sport-club creations known as SPiN Toronto. The newest venture mixes a usually basement-banned game and alcoholic beverages to make a winning waterhole for the companionable and competitive.
With 12 tables spread out in the double-roomed, mood-lit lounge, you are even offered the luxury of letting errant balls be bygones as hired help cleans up after your miscalculated shots.
Already opened in New York, Milwaukee, and the soon-to-be ballin' St. Petersburg, the hot spot to publicly play has some interesting ownership. Franck Raharinosy, Andrew Gordon, Jonathan Bricklin and Hollywood heavyweight Susan Sarandon back the bar in an attempt to distribute the love for the underrated sport.
Located in the heart of Toronto at 461 King Street West, the SPiN Toronto bar for imbibers and table tennis aficionados guarantees a snacking, sipping and paddle-smacking party.
The SPiN Toronto Club Combines Ping Pong and Pints
Regan Canie — September 22, 2011 — Lifestyle
References: toronto.spingalactic & thegridto