Boozy Mini-Golf Returns to Goose Hollow for the Summer

Miniature golf + booze in a can + chef Jun Robles’s food cart = tipsy summer hangout.

By Claire Colby May 25, 2016

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Back by popular demand for its second season, the 19th Hole is the perfect summer city destination for those who prefer their alcoholic beverages wrapped in metal and sipped while playing a friendly round of mini-golf.

The course, which opened May 27, is accompanied by an open-air clubhouse bedecked with custom-made picnic tables and vibrant umbrellas, offering a growing list of more than 50 craft beers, Oregon wines, and ciders. New this year, Portland Sangria will feature a lightly carbonated dry rosé mixed with berry juice and a pinch of sweetness—served in a can, of course.

Taking over full-time after being featured as a pop-up last season, chef Jun Robles’ course-side food cart will delight with tasty Asian-fusion, taking its flavor notes from Korean, Japanese, Filipino, and American cuisines. Menu items are fairly laid-back and approachable, including burgers, rice bowls, fried chicken with kimchi rice, and chilled ramen.

And, despite its course-side plethora of libations, it's family-friendly.

The 19th Hole
Wednesdays through Sundays, 3–10 p.m.
SW 15th and Yamhill (across from Hotel deLuxe)
$6 per round

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