Indoor Mini Golf Will Move In The Old Spaghetti Factory Building
After 45-years The Old Spaghetti Factory closed their doors in downtown Denver. However, the beautiful historical building won't be vacant for long.
According to Channel 7 news in Denver, Urban Putt, a miniature putt-putt golf company out of San Fransico will be moving in the 1889 Denver City Cable Railway Building.
Urban Putt plans to build two nine-hole miniature golf courses that will be like no other course you've experienced.
You can enjoy a few IPA's while you golf, and then enjoy some delicious food at an extremely reasonable price.
It's been reported that Urban Putt is currently working with local firm Roth Sheppard Architects to bring back the building's original historical characteristics.
The new tenant's of the building have shared their desire and are currently negotiating to keep the old trolley from the Spaghetti Factory.
That would be pretty cool since it is one of the great artifacts left from the building.
Urban Putt plans to open their doors in Denver summer of 2019. This will be UP's second location.
Woo-hoo! More fun to be had in Colorful Colorado.