DENVER – The home to Old Spaghetti Factory in Downtown Denver will soon be transformed into an indoor mini golf course, after 45 years.
Urban Putt, a San Francisco based company, will be making its way to Denver at the 1889 Denver City Cable Railway building, according to reporting partner 9News Denver.
According to the company website, the indoor golf course is San Francisco’s only indoor mini golf course, and one of a kind Urban Putt features a 14-hole course, food, and a bar.
Yes, you can drink while you golf, indoors.
A news release from Urban Putt said approval was received to restore the historical Denver building in all its splendor, according to 9News. The Old Spaghetti Factory closed its doors after being open for 45 years on September 16.
Urban Putt is said to take over in 2019.