Holey Moley Golf Club is part bar, part mini-golf kitsch and part pop-culture explosion.
One hole begins by navigating your ball through a refurbished pinball table. From there the ball drops onto a foosball table, and it becomes a two-player game: whoever scores gets a bonus point. Then there’s a Game of Thrones hole, with a throne made from putters. The holes change regularly and many rely more on luck than on skill to nail. One is a large-scale turntable; you have to hit the ball across it while it’s spinning and into a hole in the turntable itself.
The course is multi-level, colourful and loaded with pop-culture references, from the Sampsons (which may or may not be based on a popular American cartoon), to Pac-Man.
The food is simple: margherita or pepperoni wood-fired pizza and chips. You can go for a Teeyonce Knowles, Holey Moley’s take on a Cosmo, or a sweet Sugar Caddy, made with vodka, Blue Curaco, lemonade, a dash of raspberry and topped with candy. There are also classics: Sazerac, Old Fashioned and Negroni.
With nine holes downstairs and 18 holes upstairs, there’s plenty of room for groups and larger bookings.