Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Potent Putt-Putt

Beer pairs well with mini-golf at the Coral Gables Museum

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We're officially in the trenches of the hottest, stickiest, nastiest month in Miami. And then there’s the whole torrential downpours thing.

Makes you want to get out and golf. Or, get in and golf over at the Coral Gables Museum.  

Leave the outdoor stuff to the rugrats. This museum offers a summer-only mini-golf interactive exhibit, custom-designed by leading local architects with none of those annoying can’t-get-your-ball-through-the-windmill props.

Instead, picture nine trippy holes of huge colorful rabbits, a monster blue gator, and a scene right out of downtown Paris.

And plenty of ice cold beer.

Power through various obstacle courses called "The Swamp" and "Tower Magic," all while catching a glimpse of the black and white forest backdrop sketched along the walls.

No, you're not hallucinating, that's just your Coors Light buzz amplifying an already tricked-out scene. 

Sort of like a night in South Beach.

Mini-Golf At Coral Gables Museum
Through September 30
Tues-Fri noon-6p; Sat 11a-5p; Sun noon-5p
285 Aragon Ave., Coral Gables
(305) 603-8067
coralgablesmuseum.org

Cost: $10

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