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Fun place to play ping pong and taking a drink at the same time. Beer , drinks and Ping Pong always go well together! Place is clean and the ambiance is great. We enjoyed-it with our 13 years old son....
Took my kids out to Spin and they had a blast playing ping pong. Even extended our time. The food for bar food was good. The people who worked there were friendly and we had an impromptu lesson from one of the staff.
Have to say I was looking forward to this.
We had visited basically all the attractions in NYC.... and me, being a table tennis fanatic, was bustin' to visit here.
We weren't sure what we'd go into. But, straight away I seen the ethic of...More
A pretty cool place to hang out with mates despite the questionable standard of table tennis around us. Good tunes, lots of space and nice bar- it's difficult to think of improvements. Credit to the wizard who cleans up the ping-pong balls.
Clean, well organized with reasonable bar hand food and drinks. You get a reserved ping pong table (or more - depending on the size of your group). The quality of play depends on the attendees - each table has two buckets of balls that are...More
I've been to Spin twice. It's a fun place with a cool vibe. Great place for adults to play ping pong and drink; equally good to take older teens to have a fun time. The food's good and they had a DJ last time I...More
We had a great time playing ping pong and having a couple of drinks. Too bad for the creative math on our bill (see pic). When I pointed it out to the staff, first they acted surprised and said it must be a computer glitch,...More
A Team Holiday Party at Spin turned out to be a lot of fun. The Ping Pong instructors were great and engaged everyone in the group. We did a round robbin of games that involved everyone so very inclusive. This place is filled with real...More
Fun to play pong pong when someone else is picking up the stray balls. They did it with the coolest ball picker up device! It's basically like playing ping pong in a bar. Music was too loud and that was very distracting. Food was decent...More
SPiNNewYork, Manager at SPiN New York, responded to this reviewResponded 18 July 2017
Hi Amy. Thanks for leaving us a review! We love that you had a good time at SPiN.
You'll have to come back for Happy Hour on Friday nights (5:00 pm - 8:00 pm) for great food and drink specials!
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