Article Source: Issued by Atomic10 for Fore Play Crazy Golf
First Published: 8 June 2021 11:02
Updated: 8 June 2021 11:03
Edinburgh’s favourite adult-only alternative night out, Fore Play Crazy Golf has today (Tuesday, 8th June) unveiled an exciting new street food and cocktail menu, including a Euros-inspired Scottish serve, to kick off summer.
Fore Play Crazy Golf believes that life's happiest moments are found in the exceptional experiences we share with others. While they won't be showing the football, you can still join the fun and show your support for our national team by sipping on their ‘Yes sir, I can bogie' bevvie at the end of a round of crazy golf in their clubhouse bar, or sun-soaked cocktail garden.
The patriotic blue and white showstopping serve features blood orange gin, Blue Curacao liqueur, and is topped with white cotton candy clouds. The refreshing drink features on their new cocktail menu which is now available to enjoy.
Other quirky concoctions to try include a sweet Water(melon) Hazard - made with Midori liqueur and their blend of sweet and sour syrup, Snake in the Rough with Disaronno Originale liqueur, WKD Original Vodka and orange juice, and a delicious 5 Irn-egroni with Pickering’s Original 1947 gin, Campari and the OG Irn Bru.
Meanwhile, in their kitchen, street food kings The Pitt have created a new global-inspired summer menu to tantalize your taste buds complete with vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options.
There’s a sweet and sticky Duck Bahn Mi with locally-sourced baked milk bun, duck liver pate, crispy aromatic duck, Asian slaw, pickled vegetables, sriracha mayo, lime coriander and crushed salted peanuts.
Go meat-free with their BBQ pulled jackfruit taco with marinated and stewed young jackfruit, mango salsa, coriander and pickled cabbage, or switch it up with locally-sourced white coley, avocado guacamole, iceberg lettuce, parsley cream, lemon and sriracha mayo.
Veggie fans will love their Korean BBQ mushroom Asian noodle salad, and of course, there are house favourites on there like their Buffalo cauliflower wings with shaved spring onions, lime and chilli flakes if you like things hot.
The Edinburgh venue, which recently opened their stunning cocktail garden seating up to 70 people, is the perfect destination for having fun this summer. They’ve also got great local independents available from their bars, including craft beers and ales from Edinburgh Beer Factory.
From sipping on their playful cocktails, enjoying street food to tackling their signature crazy golf courses, you’re guaranteed to leave happy after your time on and off the green.
Craig Neilson, Chief Greenkeeper at Fore Play Crazy Golf said:
“It’s been a tough few months and we could not have come back swinging without our incredible customers and the support of the Edinburgh community. We think it’s high time to celebrate the beginning of a much anticipated, very Scottish summer.
“We’ve gone all out with our new summer drinks, there’s something for everyone on there and it wouldn’t be complete without our homage to Scotland!”
The new cocktail menu goes live on Friday 11th June. Book your tickets now at https://foreplaycrazygolf.co.uk
Fore Play Crazy Golf Edinburgh is now open and operating under Level 2 restrictions.
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