Par 59, the bar, restaurant and mini-golf concept backed by footballer Gareth Bale, will open the doors to its new Harbourside venue just in time for Christmas, with a confirmed opening date of December 9.
Par 59’s bar, restaurant and competitive entertainment concept is the result of a partnership between The Depot, one of Wales’ most successful, independent entertainment brands, and Elevens Group Ltd, a company co-owned by star footballer Gareth Bale.
Together, they opened their first Par 59 venue in Cardiff city centre in March of 2021; and have since welcomed more than 60,000 visitors through the doors.
This second venue, which will be based on Millennium Promenade, Harbourside, will encompass 15,000 sq ft of bar and restaurant space, and two custom-designed, mini golf courses.
There will also be a separate darts room with four augmented darts boards, with the entire venue holding a maximum capacity of 500.
As with the original Cardiff venue, the Bristol site will host independent Welsh street food traders Dirty Bird. Their ‘Dirty Birdie’ offering includes a custom-designed menu of crispy buttermilk fried chicken burgers and sides, with vegan options also available. Craft beers will be supplied by The Bristol Beer Factory.
Nick Saunders, founder and Managing Director of The Depot in Cardiff and co-founder of Par 59 said: “We’ve had a really great response to Par 59 in Cardiff, and hopefully, we can replicate that here in Bristol – we hope that people find it to be the perfect place to socialise, relax, and feed a competitive streak at the same time.”
Players keen to try the first round of mini golf on its custom-made courses can sign up for first access to bookings, which will go live at 10am this Friday, at www.par59.com/bristol/.