Drinkers can hit one of TopGolf's four locations in North Texas to simultaneously swig and swing. But if you'd rather to pair some putt putt with a pint, there's a new mini golf course and bar coming soon to Dallas. 

Another Round, as it's cleverly called, is the brainchild of Oak Cliff residents Kendall and Alicia Spence and Marcus and Charmaine Oladell, who want to offer Dallasites an indoor activity when the notoriously unpredictable weather strikes the area.

"We've always had an eye open for something we could when it's 100 degrees outside... and we realized there's not many options," says Kendall. 

The mini golf concept "hasn't been modernized. It's still the way it's always been," he adds. "We saw an opportunity to breathe some new life into it, make it more interactive."

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Located in a 5,500-square-foot building near the Sylvan Thirty development in West Dallas, the miniature golf course will be 12 holes and designed around several themes that will rotate about once a year. When it debuts in the spring, it will embody the spirit of an Oak Cliff Country Club, complete with the pastels and plaid patterns synonymous with golf clothing, Kendall says. 

"We want to make it feel like those clothes just threw up on the first four holes," he says.

The entire course will revolve around the bar area, which will be located in the center of the space. Patrons can expect to find some beers on tap, as well as a modest selection of wines and cocktails, Kendall says. There will also be an outdoor patio where golfers can take break and have a drink.

Another Round expects to begin construction in February in anticipation of a May or June open date.

Until then, D-FW has plenty of places that pair games and libations, including arcades with modern and retro games (did someone say bubble hockey?!).

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