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19th Hole Mini Golf Pop-Up Returns Summer 2016

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Break out the koozies: Chef Jun Robles's Neesay will serve food all summer long

19th Hole

Billed as "patio living at its finest," the 19th Hole pop-up will return to the corner of SW 15th and Yamhill this summer, with food from Jun Robles's Neesay, nine holes of miniature golf for $6 a round, and more than 40 well-priced canned beverages, from craft beer, to wine, sangria, and ciders. It's hosted by Hotel deLuxe (located across the street), and it kicks off May 27, operating Wednesday through Sunday, from 3 to 10 p.m.

Last year, chef Robles brought his Neesay pop-up for one day only to the 19th Hole, and this year, his Korean, Japanese, and Filipino-inspired dishes are on all summer long. Expect to dive into poutine involving waffle fries, pho gravy, sambal cream, kimchee salsa, and cotija. Then—because you can always eat more, but you can never eat less—there's the the Neesay Burger, a beef patty topped with cured pork belly, char siu sauce, chimichurri, sambal slaw, and pickled red onion. This is just the beginning of the dishes currently being planned by Robles.

The 19th Hole says to expect special guest chefs and events, and the entire pop-up can be rented for private events. You can bring the kids along to play on the course, too.

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