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Whiskey Nine brings a new spin to Dining and Golf in Downtown Minot

Four local families and current downtown business owners, Kevin and Kalli Black, Jeremy and Misty Mahany, Jason and Marie Sanders, and Andrew and McKenna Gudmunson are excited to bring another experience to downtown Minot.

Whiskey Nine will house aboutGOLF simulators. Featuring curved screens, 70+ courses, picture-in-picture viewing, club fitting, and even bar and arcade games, these simulators are state of the art and will bring a new level of play to Minot. To enhance one’s golfing experience, club storage with valet service and order ahead beverages and appetizers will ensure an all-inclusive experience for customers.

In addition to the simulators, an indoor putting green will be featured in the lower level. This level boasts a pub-style casual environment for hosting private parties and events.

League play will be available this fall with many opportunities to reserve the simulators by the hour, as well. To sign up for the fall league starting Nov. 15, 2021, visitwhiskeyninend.com/leaguesignup to secure a team spot.

In addition to golf, Whiskey Nine is focused on providing a unique bar and restaurant experience. Co-owner, Jeremy Mahany, has designed a full menu of nibbles, sharables, handhelds, plateables, and delectables. Bourbon Candied Bacon, Beast Burger with Bourbon Bacon Jam, and Creme Brulee Bread Pudding with Bourbon Bacon Caramel sauce are just a few of the eats coming to Minot. Prime Rib steak nights on Friday and Saturday nights are also planned. The owners say they will have the finest selections of whiskey and bourbons in the area along with many hand-crafted cocktails and spirits creating variety for all. The bar and restaurant will be open daily from 11 a.m. to close with early morning golf tee times available in the future. The main floor is family friendly while the lower level was designed for ages 21 and over.

A grand opening is planned this fall.

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