It was respectably busy, but not obnoxiously. Inappropriate and disturbing art displayed in this place! Bounce is Europe's largest purpose-built 'Social Ping Pong Club', featuring the finest cocktails and pizzas, in London's most fun & vibrant destinations: Old Street and Farringdon.

It was my first time, the pizza was pretty good. And I played ping pong for the first time in decades and it was fun. I came on a Saturday evening around 7. They have a nice beer list if you're into that. Hurray!Sickos!!!! Overall very unimpressed. It was ready waiting. It wasn't bad, I just didn't like the way the sweet and spice interacted. Go to the bar first. 121 Holborn, London, EC1N 2TD. Im all for supporting local restaurants especially during this time but at the same time this was a special treat and money not well spent on small cold pizzas.Easily my favorite pizza place in DC, for several reasons.So yeah, I'm that guy who wanted to go because of #Pizzagate. Anything else to note about them right now?DC Restaurants with Delivery during Coronavirus ClosureDC Restaurants with Takeout during Coronavirus ClosureLivin' in Maryland, Washington, DC, and Northern Virginia
How is this business handling reopening? He said the pizza and wings were great, so I had to see for myself. It was a nice little hangout spot....I would go back for sure. View in Google maps. Good beer and prices too.Admittedly, my wife and I visited because we were interested in seeing the place surrounded by conspiracy theories. The draft selection was limited to 3 (4?) (she lives nearby so I thought she had eaten there). It's strange because the owner is named one of the top 50 most influential people in Washington DC, and had all this weird imagery on his page, and it was even on that Diners And Drive in's show claiming to be one of the best places to eat in DC.

I can't wait to go back, they have ping pong tables in the back which was different. Give it a try. It's a casual pizza place with a fun and relaxing atmosphere. The pizza was below par. Aesthetically, the venue is interesting in that it's well lit enough to feel comfortable eating, but also dim enough in that every time you look around you notice a new piece of decor. At least on pizza. I decided to start with an order of Comet Hot Wings. Creative and fun menu. "Pizzagate" is a debunked conspiracy theory that went viral during the 2016 United States presidential election cycle. After my first, not so stellar, visit, I passed by a few weeks later (late at night) and was starving, so I decided to give them a second chance.

Also I would've liked a higher concentration of toppings, but once again, personal preference.

Horrible place. I called two times to check the status of the order; no answer both times. Pandemic pickup had us go back to this neighborhood favorite. I wasn't expecting a lot, just hoping for the decent pizza with a novelty atmosphere (and maybe some screams from the back). I love the fact that the cabal is going down.Beer, pizza, and ping pong kick ass. The only thing I wasn't the biggest fan of was the slight brown sugar glaze on them. Then get your game on.

The restaurant was involved in a disagreement with the area's Comet Ping Pong was founded by James Alefantis and Carole Greenwood in 2006. Comet Ping Pong (often abbreviated as Comet) is a pizzeria, restaurant, and concert venue located at 5037 Connecticut Avenue NW in Washington, D.C.'s Chevy Chase neighborhood.Owned by James Alefantis, Comet has received critical acclaim from The Washington Post, The Washingtonian, New York magazine, the DCist, and Guy Fieri of Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives. I went for the…"Long lines to get into Comet Ping Pong have kept my family from visiting Comet until recently. #savethechildren and shut this place down!Horrible pizza served by pedofiles.