Flatstick Pub, combining beer and mini-golf, set to open at DoCo

A sign for Downtown Commons, also known as DOCO, is visible near K and Seventh streets in Sacramento.

A sign for Downtown Commons, also known as DOCO, is visible near K and Seventh streets in Sacramento.

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Beer or putt-putt? Why not the two of them?

A pub with a “challenging” mini-golf course announced on social media that it will open in Sacramento’s Downtown Commons at 630 K St., Suite 3.

Flatstick Pub recently unveiled plans for its Sacramento spot, releasing an artist’s rendering on Monday showing its planned storefront next to the Golden 1 Center. The exact opening time has not been announced.

A brand hailing from Washington State, Flatstick has operations in South Lake Union and Pioneer Square in Seattle and one in suburban Kirkland. The DoCo spot will be privately owned independent of these locations.

According to its website, Flatstick serves pub food, pizza, and tacos. Advance booking of tee times is suggested, but not required.

Two of the existing Flatstick spots (Kirkland and South Lake Union) allow minors on the golf course until 7 p.m., while one in Pioneer Square is 21 and older at all times.

This story was originally published December 11, 2018 1:06 p.m.

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