Austin to get first ping pong bar

Goodbye fighting for the one ping pong table at a bar.

via SPiN

At Susan Sarandon’s new Austin bar SPiN, you’d be hard pressed to find a table you can’t play ping pong on. According to CultureMap Austin, the 5th Street spot formerly home to Antone’s will open this fall as the seventh location of ping pong bar chain SPiN.

SPiN will have 14 table available for play and a virtual reality program where patrons can play competitors from different cities. The location will reportedly be large enough for 500 guests. It will also have a menu featuring sliders, milkshakes and flatbread pizza, and cocktails and beer.

“We chose Austin because it was important to expand to a city that had a rich music, art, and culinary scene along with an entrepreneurial and tech community that would embrace the SPiN experience,” SPiN CEO Pieter Vanermen said in a press release.

Get your partners and your paddles ready, Austin …

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