Bushwick Country Club


618 Grand St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
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Rating: ★ ★ ★ Good
Cards: All Major
Hours: Mon-Fri 5 pm – 4 am
Sat-Sun 4 pm – 4 am
Subway: L Train to Lorimer St. or Grand
Food/Menu: No food available
Booze: Full bar
Website: bushwickcountryclub.com
Happy Hour: Daily 2 for 1 tap beer, wine & well cocktails
NY Mag says:

Trash-blown Grand Street is an epic golf-cart ride away from the eighteen holes your grandfather plays, but Bushwick Country Club actually does have a putt-putt course to its credit. (In true hipster fashion, the inevitable windmill is constructed from—what else?—PBR cans.) The rest of this ambitious, off-kilter dive is all pinup art and red-velour airplane seats. A slushie machine marries childhood nostalgia to adult alcoholism with Jim Beam-and-Coke slurpees and frozen sweet tea vodka that in turn have led to more than one regretted 3am make-out in the photo booth. Beyond the gimmickry (or perhaps the greatest gimmick of all), this is an actual country club. Applicants need two willing sponsors; the dues-free membership promises drink discounts and access to the aforementioned links. Non-members also welcome.

Time Out say

John Roberts, owner of Bushwick Country Club, believes that “miniature golf and drinking go great together,” so he added a nine-hole course out back. Find your inner John Daly by putting through a Pabst Blue Ribbon windmill or drilling a ball into a robot’s belly. There’s never a wait to play, and non-country club members can afford the greens fee: Everything but the beer is free.