Known for its modern twist to Chinese small-plate cuisine, Ping Pong Dim Sum in Chinatown and Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C., is offering another reason to gather around the table with the launch of the ‘SUM’down Open Bar.
An ideal after-work cocktail destination, Ping Pong offers customers bottomless drinks every Tuesday from 7 to 11 p.m. for two hours. Guests can enjoy a variety of special cocktails such as a lychee and rose martini or a vanilla and chili sidecar, as well as a featured selection of beer, wines, and champagnes while nibbling on edamame throughout the night, for $25.
“We wanted to give our customers a unique way to reconnect with one another over the fresh dim sum and drinks after a long day at work,” says Gil Fornaris, operations director.
Ping Pong invites the festive brunch-lover to an all day Easter Sunday Party Brunch celebration. The revamped Sunday Party Brunch option offers a $25 all-you-can-eat dim sum meal, which can be added to a $15 bottomless mimosa special.
Mimosas at Ping Pong are more than your typical champagne and OJ fusion. These specialty mimosas are served with exotic juices such as passion fruit, lychee, and guava, and mixed to bottles of sparkling wine. Served as a tableside mimosa bar, guests can play bartender and mix their own libations.
On Easter Sunday, guests are encouraged to show up in their best Easter apparel, being full pajamas or bunny printed gear, to receive a 15 percent discount on your bill, giving you the total Sunday Party Brunch for $35.
In addition to the discount promotion on Easter Sunday, Ping Pong will provide a grown-up twist to the holiday tradition of dying eggs, by throwing a mimosa-dying party. Guests will be treated to a tableside mimosa bar, and will be given the opportunity to color their own cocktails in celebration of the most vibrant holiday of the year. Guests can upload photos of their creations to Ping Pong’s Facebook page, with the photo receiving the most "likes" receiving a prize of a complimentary party brunch for two.
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