KUSA — After 45 years, the Old Spaghetti Factory in downtown Denver closed its doors earlier this month. And now, the historic building where pasta was once the focal point will have a new tenant: one that features boozy mini-golf.
San Francisco-based mini golf company Urban Putt announced Wednesday that it will take over the Old Spaghetti Factory’s space at the 1889 Denver City Cable Railway building on 18th Street.
In a news release, Urban Putt said it received approval to “restore the building’s façade to its magnificent historical splendor.” 9NEWS has reached out to the Landmark Preservation Commission and they said they approved an exterior remodel of the building.
Urban Putt features indoor mini golf, food and a bar. The first location was in San Francisco’s Mission District, and is housed in a Victorian building that was vacant since 1999, according to the company’s website.
Urban Putt will take over the Old Spaghetti Factory space in 2019, according to a news release.