Industrial Chic describes this 2-level, 9-hole indoor miniature golf pub and restaurant which features 42 local beers on tap, River City-centric elements like a replica of the Tower Bridge and a series of holes that spell out “S-A-C”, as well as golf-inspired pub games, semi-private event rooms and a 2,000 sf “Roaring 20s” speakeasy referred to as the Trophy Club.
The new 14,363 SF, bar and restaurant is located in the basement and first floor of 630 K Street, a five-story mixed-use building. The interior build-out included: full bar and kitchen, back of house, entry vestibule, community tables/dining area, semi-private booths/lounge rooms, party/banquet rooms, miniature golf, Duffleboard, and other golf themed games, service elevator, offices and cold and dry storage.
Flatstick DOCO is a locally owned and family operated pub. The concept was originated in Washington and brought to the great state of California by a local family of Sacramentans who are passionate about the city, golf, good beer, and all things local.
2019-20 Award: Best Real Estate Project of the Year, Winner in the Category of Bar/Restaurant presented by Sacramento Business Journal
|Total Square Footage||14,363|
|Architect||Vitae Architecture Planning Interiors|