Every summer, we bring the 19th Hole to the corner of SW 15th and Yamhill. It pairs a nine-hole mini golf course with a gourmet food cart, lawn games, and shade-giving umbrellas. We offer over 40 craft beers, Oregon wines, Pacific Northwest ciders, and craft cocktails. As a popular, casual private event space in downtown Portland, we welcome corporate happy hours, life celebrations, team building activities, client appreciation parties, and company family picnics.
Interested in booking a private event at the 19th Hole?
Contact Sarah Norris at 503.219.2093 or at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your event today.
The 19th Hole is currently closed for the winter. We’ll see you summer 2020!
THE 19TH HOLE
729 SW 15th Ave.
Portland, OR 97205
Q: Are dogs allowed at the 19th Hole?
A: Yes! We’re dog-friendly. All leashed dogs are welcome inside the 19th Hole.
Q: Are underage guests able to come into the 19th Hole?
A: Yes! Although we serve alcohol from the food cart, underage guests are more than welcome to enjoy the 19th Hole.
Q: Is there a cover to get in?
A: No. The 19th Hole is complimentary and open to the public.
Q: Is there a charge for mini golf?
A: Mini golf is $6 per person for the entire evening, not per game played.
Q: Is there a charge for the other lawn games?
A: All lawn games are first come, first serve, and free to play. We have a giant Jenga, a giant Connect 4, cornhole, and Pop-A-Shot.
Q: Do you take cash or card?
A: We take both!
Q: Do we need to make a reservation if we want to come with a group?
A: No. If your group is below 20 people, you are welcome to come in and enjoy the 19th Hole. Picnic tables are first come, first serve however, and the space is shared with the general public.
Q: Do we need to make a reservation for 20 or more people?
A: For any event that has 20+ guests, we suggest contacting our Catering Sales Manager, Sarah Norris (503.219.2093 or at email@example.com), to be sure you do not need to buy-out the space. She will have all the necessary information regarding larger events and buy-outs.
Q: What is a “buy-out”?
A: A buy-out is a rental of the entire 19th Hole space, complete with full access to all the lawn games, mini golf, food cart, etc. Each buy-out has designated service and is not open to the public.