Mini-golf cocktail bar Holey Moley is opening its third Sydney venue following its takeover of the Newtown Social Club and its venue in Castle Hill. The new, flagship spot will occupy a space under the Kings Cross Coca-Cola sign and take up two levels. Its theme is the freewheeling 1920s a la The Great Gatsby.

There will be three nine-hole courses (27 holes in total), one of which is in the former Piano Room nightclub space. There will be live DJs and a kitchen serving cobb salad, a Holey Cheezus burger, hot dogs and loaded fries.

New cocktails will be available at the Darlinghurst outpost, such as the Cherry Ripe, made with cherry liqueur, Chocolat Royal, coconut rum, whipped cream and shredded coconut. There’ll also be the Austin Sour made with Aperol, vanilla vodka, lemon juice and a grapefruit-sour mix.

Michael Schreiber, the CEO of Funlab, the company behind Holey Moley as well as Strike Bowling and Skyzone, has described the new location as a place of excess. “The aim was to go above and beyond, giving swing-savvy golfers a chance to work on their game and fun-seekers a place to hang their hats and let their hair down for a night.”

This will be Holey Moley's 11th venue in Australia.

Holy Moley Darlinghurst is slated to open May 10.

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