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Where to Play Ping-Pong in Washington DC

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If you are a ping-pong enthusiast or thinking of giving it a try some time to have some fun with your friends, you have some nice options in the District. Read on to find out where to play ping-pong in Washington DC.

Nellie’s Sports Bar

Address: 900 U St NW, Washington DC 

Phone: (202) 332-6355

Website: https://www.nelliessportsbar.com/

The locally-owned sports bar is a great place to watch games on a huge screen, while enjoying delicious snacks from a wide range of options. It also features a nice ping-pong table on its rooftop deck, where you can compete with your loved ones.

Penn Social

Address: 801 E St, NW Washington DC 

Website: https://pennsocialdc.com/

Conveniently located in downtown Washington, only several blocks from the White House and the National Mall, Penn Social has been a popular event space/concert venue since 2012. The 10,000 square-foot place is part of the Little Penn Coffee House and has a game room, which includes a ping-pong table among dozens of other games. 

SPIN Washington DC

Address: 1332 F St NW, Washington DC

Phone: (202) 517-1170

Website: https://wearespin.com/location/washington-dc/

If you would like to spend an evening entirely dedicated to ping-pong, then SPIN is definitely what you are looking for. It literally is a ping-pong social club with eight venues across the US and Canada. They offer weekend and late night open bar party packages that include unlimited balls, lite bites, and pizza. Ping-pong lessons are also available.

 

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The Berliner

Address: 3401 Water St NW, Washington DC 

Phone: (202) 621-7000

Website: https://www.theberlinerdc.com/

The German beer hall is a real gem in DC’s Georgetown neighborhood, where you can find homemade bratwurst, Berlin-inspired street foods, and a wide range of draft beers, both local and imported, while watching games. But that is not all The Berliner has to offer you. The 4,200-square foot space boasts a ping pong table upstairs. 

 

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