The legends at Funlab just never stop. Fresh off the opening of the 70s-gaudiness of Juke’s Karoke Bar, the team have just put the finishing touches on Melbourne’s second edition of Holey Moley, this time you’ll find it at Crown.
The new Holey Moley is as wild as you’d expect. The venue includes a bar in an empty swimming pool, which is dishing out the likes of Duck, Duck Joose—orange liquer, cinnamon whisky, banana puree, egg white, pineapple, and lime juice, coconut and berry energy drink—which is served in a mini bathtub with rubber ducks, or get stuck into the Shark Bite—spiced rum, pineapple rum, falernum, orgeat, egg white, lime, pinapple juice, orange bitters—which is served in a shark head ceramic cup.
The bar also serves up a range of virgin cocktails if you’ve drawn the short straw and are designated driver for the evening.
Holey Moley at Crown Entertainment Complex features 18 holes, all as weird and wonderful as you’d expect from the team. They’ve got a legacy to uphold of course.
“With almost 760,000 rounds of golf played at Holey Moley Little Bourke Street so far, I’m surprised the sporting capital of Australia hasn’t called for mini-golf to be awarded its own sporting code.
At the end of the day, Holey Moley is all about celebrating pop-culture and nostalgia, with a dash of friendly competition and outrageous looking cocktails thrown in for good measure,” said Funlab CEO Michael Schreiber.
Holey Moley is open now, bookings are available on their website holeymoley.com.au.
What: Holey Moley Golf Club
Where: Crown Metropol Precinct, Level 1/8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
For bookings head to holeymoley.com.au.
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