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Putt Putt has been elevated! Absolutely LOVED the vibe and atmosphere of this indoor establishment which made for the perfect night out with my friend! The Good: I cant stress enough how much I loved the vibe. Its like something out of a David Lynch film. Mid century modern meets Florida - I love it. All workers were super friendly from the waiter who brought out pregame food/drinks to the front desk girl checking us in for our tee time. I also loved that, after a certain time (7? 8? I cant remember) this becomes an adults only place so people can come and have some adult time without kids which you dont find at other mini golf places. The fact that this place is indoors means you can come at any time; rain or shine! The Meh: prices were a bit steep for a short game of golf. I forget how many holes there are but its like half the length of a traditional mini golf course. While the apps and drinks we got were decent, as another reviewer mentioned, it seemed pricey for the lack of alcohol in the cocktail I got (3 drinks and no buzz?). I guess they also check on you and you can order drinks while youre playing but no one approached us until we were on our last hole. Thats ok, though - I know many businesses are struggling with being short staffed. The Bad: nothing really BAD. I will definitely be back!
Stroke is an urban bar and indoor Mini-golf that is Really Fun, modern-groovy stylized and a hoot, but slightly pricey. But where else are you going to get 9 holes of golf 10 blocks from down town. The mini-golf course is one of a kind, hand-made and quality design. Some of the uniquely designed holes have hole-in-one opportunities, but you must be ninja golfer! Bar, drinks and decor experience are near mod, upscale-ish and inviting. Welcoming, fun and comfort were the feelings had with our friends... And You gotta bring your friends here at least once for some good fun. Good times. Good drinks. good friends. - Monty I know I am getting better at golf because I am hitting fewer spectators. Gerald R. Ford
This is a great place to go if you're looking for a challenging twist on the classic game of miniature golf! It contains one 9-hole course, and the neat thing about it is that at the beginning, you can choose your golf ball color by putting a special token inside what looks like a gumball machine! Every hole here is also a par two, so come here if you're really down for a challenge! I didn't have a chance to get any of the food from their menu, so I'd say a return visit is in order. Despite the challenging holes, I kind of found the course to have an over-reliance on ricocheting your ball to get a good shot, and the course itself just seemed kind of bland and lacking in a theme if you ask me. But I'd still highly recommend this place!
Very cute place to hang out for a drink and convo. The small plates were good. But the mini golf course is so tiny, can get thru it within just a few min if you go before the crowd arrives. I love the old school decor of the place. Its definitely a vibe.
We enjoyed our visit to Stroke. It was very clean and the hostess was super welcoming and helpful. Here are a few things to keep in mind. 1. Stroke is a bar/mini golf establishment. If you are looking for hardcore mini-golf, this is not the place. 2. There are 9 holes. Most holes are par 2. It does not take very long to get through the course. 3. The ambiance is amazing. It's a modern feel with wood trims and lots of plants. It feels really clean and the energy is nice . 4. Because it's only 9 holes it can be a bit of a bottleneck on the course if you are stuck behind a larger party. The good thing is that you can order drinks and there are drink tables at each hole. 5. Once you finish with golf (or before/or in lieu of) you can hangout in the trendy looking lounge or at the bar. Cocktails are fairly expensive in the $12-14 range. 6. You can seat yourself wherever you'd like including indoor or outdoor. This works well, however, we found ourselves constantly looking around to find the wait staff. 7. For the selfie lovers, there are plenty of picture perfect spots throughout the venue. 8. It costs about $12 pp to play the 9 holes. The front desk will start a tab when you arrive and close out when you're done. The card reader will automatically add gratuity if you don't manually select no-tip by scrolling down. 9. There are small parking lots adjacent to and behind the building. These lots are free. Otherwise plan for street parking and pay close attention to posted signs so that you don't get towed. 10. All in all it was a pretty good date night and definitely a nice place to hangout and have some fun with friends. While it's kid friendly, I would reserve this spot for my adult friends.