Cocktails & dreams
Cocktails and minigolf are a match made in heaven. Just think: an ace and a perfectly balanced Manhattan – at the same time. Come over and make the dream a reality!
A journey of flavors with a punch
At Swing, every cocktail has a story to tell. Our bartenders work with flavors that take us back to American Prohibition – an exciting era that spawned many of our classic cocktails. With fresh ingredients, homemade flavorings and high-quality spirits, we’ll mix your dream cocktail. We also have a wide selection of beer, wine and non-alcoholic drinks.
The bartender’s tastiest offers
Omerta Sour & Sweet. Limoncello, lemon juice, sugar, Angostura bitter, sparkling wine. Here we have brought out the most Sicilian inside of us to bring this sweet, sour and sparkling cocktail together.125:-
Mary Pickford Fruity. Havana club rom, pineapple juice, grenadine, Maraschino.
If you want to know more about Mary Pickford, we have dedicated a whole room to her at Swing, the cocktail itself is a fruity and a bit sweeter tribute to one of the world’s biggest actresses and of miniature golf.125:-
Gin Rickey Sour. Beefeater gin, lime juice, soda water.
Joe Rickey, Colonel of the US Army, Committed Democrat and Campaign Leader of Grover Cleveland’s Presidency in 1884, asked the bartender at Shoo’s in Washington to mix this cocktail and the classic Gin Rickey was born, we can also do it with Bourbon if you want it a bit softer.
Bee’s Knees Sour. Tanqueray gin, honey, lemon juice.
During the prohibition, honey and lemon juice were used to hide the taste of bad gin. However, it was found that the combination of gin, honey and lemon was here to stay, and only improved with quality gin.135:-
Colony cocktail Fruity with a touch of bitterness. Beefeater gin, Luxardo Marachino Originale, grapefruit juice. The Colony in New York was a so-called ”Speakeasy” bar where you picked this cocktail to hide the taste of ”bath gin” or poor quality gin. In this drink we use grapefruit juice and marschino liqueur, although the gin is now much better.150:-
Sazerac Bitter & Herby. Bulleit Rye Whiskey, Peychaud Bitter, Angostura, Herbsaint, sugar cube.
From New Orleans and Benjamin Button’s father, we picked in this classic, well-balanced herbstogether with the pleasant bitterness, it fits the experienced cocktail lover as well as the beginner.145:-