If your Friday night is looking bare, think again because SPIN, the ping pong social club melding art, entertainment, sport, and cuisine opens its doors in the Seaport this week. After quietly opening its doors during the pandemic in 2021, SPIN is excited to host its official grand opening.
The celebration is an ode to Boston. Enjoy a live art installation from the local artist, Jason Talbot, of Artists for Humanity, celebrating Boston’s skyline. You can also get pumped up from Beantown’s favorite, DJ Liz.
The SPIN Boston grand opening is open to the public and will take place Friday, October 21 from 9 PM to 12 AM. The event is expected to be a grand slam, with celebrity guests and food and beverage unique to the club.
Some menu items celebrating Boston at SPIN are:
- “The 617” Burger: house double smash patty, sour pickles, iceberg lettuce, red onion, American cheese, and gizmo sauce
- Boston Cream Pie: butter cake, chocolate icing, vanilla cream
- Fluffernutter Wontons: blueberry faux-sin sauce, powdered sugar
Watch two local celebrities, Boston Bruins player David Pastrnak, aka “Pasta” and Patriots linebacker, Matthew Judon, face off for a ping pong showdown at center court. This might just be the faceoff of the year.
While you switch between competing, spectating, and mingling, you can enjoy an assortment of concessions. The New England-themed celebration will have local favorites munchies like UTZ, Grillo’s Pickles, Unreal Candy, the infamous Eastern Standard Pretzels, and Culture Pop Soda.
Perhaps the best part about SPIN Boston is the complimentary ballers with the $39/hour fee per table. You’ll have more time to play ball instead of fetch.
Find SPIN Boston at 30 Melcher St, Boston, MA 02210
Friday- Saturday: 4PM-12 AM