Swingers London London – Boozy indoor crazy golf

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"Swingers London" London is a crazy indoors golf course with a bar and lots of street food-style eateries. Tip: get a few cocktails at the bar beforehand.

Anyone can love playing golf if it involves cocktails, burgers, and some crazy courses and that’s exactly what the talented team at Swingers London have come up with.

The brand has two popular branches in London. One in the city’s Liverpool street and one in the West End’s Oxford Circus. I headed to the latter to see what the fuss was all about.

With a swish bar and plenty of carefully selected street food style eateries, guests have the option to indulge before or after their time on the golf course.

Part of the fun is attempting the course after a couple of cocktails. So on my trip, of course, a few were consumed at the bar before the big game. I also tried the vegetarian Portobello ‘dig it’ mushroom burger from the Patty & Bun stall which was heavenly.

Once on the course, navigate through various ‘crazy courses’ including through a loop-the-loop and a spinning Ferris wheel. The Swingers team can even bring you more bevvies as you play along the course - now that's service.

Finish off the evening with a scoop or two of scrummy ice cream from the Italian Hackney Gelato. Remember to book ahead, as this place gets busy.

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John Prince's Street 15

Mon - Thu 12:00 - 00:00, Fri 12:00 - 00:30, Sat 10:30 - 00:30, Sun 12:00 - 23:00

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