SPiN Chicago

SPiN Chicago

Chicago, IL

344 N State St, Chicago 60654, IL
"New restaurants and bars are a constant occurrence in Chicago. What isn’t so constant is a ping pong club, restaurant and bar co-founded by one half of Thelma & Louise. Billed as a ping pong social club, SPiN comes to Chicago by way of Susan Sarandon, who helped open other locations in New York City, Toronto, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Along with CEO Pieter Vanerman, Sarandon supports an overarching ping pong philosophy that uses the sport as a community-building destination.

Offering an energizing backdrop to a fully-engaging experience, the bi-level space is designed by the award-winning Rockwell Group, and features a Center Court with stadium seating, 20 state-of-the-art STIGA ping pong tables, two full bars, and three private lounge areas, delivering the ultimate one-stop destination for Chicagoans. SPiN's tangible ambiance merges urban flair with artistic forms of self-expression, featuring colorful graffiti wall murals.”
344 N State St, Chicago 60654, IL
SPiN Chicago, Bars, Interior Design
"New restaurants and bars are a constant occurrence in Chicago. What isn’t so constant is a ping pong club, restaurant and bar co-founded by one half of Thelma & Louise. Billed as a ping pong social club, SPiN comes to Chicago by way of Susan Sarandon, who helped open other locations in New York City, Toronto, San Francisco and Los Angeles. Along with CEO Pieter Vanerman, Sarandon supports an overarching ping pong philosophy that uses the sport as a community-building destination.

Offering an energizing backdrop to a fully-engaging experience, the bi-level space is designed by the award-winning Rockwell Group, and features a Center Court with stadium seating, 20 state-of-the-art STIGA ping pong tables, two full bars, and three private lounge areas, delivering the ultimate one-stop destination for Chicagoans. SPiN's tangible ambiance merges urban flair with artistic forms of self-expression, featuring colorful graffiti wall murals.”

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