(Courtesy of Nick Garber,Patch Staff)
Steinway Street’s latest business opening isn’t a restaurant or a smoke shop: it’s a “24/7 futuristic table-tennis-on-demand concept.”
ASTORIA, QUEENS — Astoria’s latest business opening is not a restaurant, nor is it a clothing store or a smoke shop: it’s a “24/7 futuristic table-tennis-on-demand concept.”
PingPod opened its doors Friday on Steinway Street just south of 30th Avenue, the newest location for the table-tennis venue that describes itself as the “future of ping pong.”
Consisting of six tables spread across a 3,200-square-foot storefront, it also includes private pods with a separate entrance, as well as a “robot table” for anyone tired of competing against human opponents.
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