Another Round Mini Golf, Dallas’s newest bar, will pair putt-putt and cocktails in a decidedly industrial space in West Dallas.
The new bar, set to make its debut on June 19 at 660 Fort Worth Avenue, is a project from Oak Cliff residents Alicia and Kendall Spence, who plan to update the bar’s theme on a yearly basis. First up is the Oak Cliff Country Club, inspired by the couple’s neighborhood, which will allow partiers to play 12 holes while surrounded by works of art.
In addition to the actual golf, Another Round’s bar will serve a variety of cocktails with golf-themed names, like the Caddie, a mix of blanco tequila, passionfruit, habanero puree, cilantro, and lime, and the Tee Off, which pairs vodka with mint, Aperol, lime, and ginger beer. Food options, like wagyu hot dogs, charcuterie boards, and smoky brisket burger sliders, will come from nearby spot Cooper’s Meat Market.
Because there’s still a pandemic going on, Another Round will offer “Quaran-Tee-Times” for $150, in which up to 14 guests can reserve the entire course for 90 minutes to allow for social distancing. Memberships, which include a name-plated locker and various discounts, go for $300 a year.