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New membership program launches at several Arlington bars, providing beers and pizza slices

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Tin Shop is launching a membership service that aims to position its portfolio as a casual social club, of sorts. The aim is to give regulars (and would-be regulars) a deal that keeps them coming back. The goal is to amass 10,000 members and to have weekly member events at each of the spaces.
2 months ago·Arlington, United States

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New membership program launches at several Arlington bars, providing beers and pizza slices

The company behind several Arlington bars is launching a membership service that aims to position its portfolio as a casual social club, of sorts.The D.C.-based hospitality group Tin Shop — which owns Pentagon City’s Highline RxR, Quincy Hall in Ballston, the soon-to-open Astro Beer Hall in Shirlington, and seven other D.C. area food-and-drink spots — is starting the “Tin Shop Social Club,” a $39.99/mo service providing drinks and food to member…

2 months ago·Arlington, United States
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