Nestled in the heart of Redmond’s Town Square, Flatstick Pub's sixth location is in a prime spot for locals and visitors alike. This versatile venue boasts ample seating, a restaurant and bar, a mini-golf arena, and a diverse selection of gaming options. The space, formerly a restaurant, proved advantageous during the redesign process. Several elements remained intact, including the entrance, kitchen, and restrooms. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by an eye-catching feature wall – perfect for photo opportunities and social media promotion. Adjacent to this wall, the caddy shack desk welcomes visitors where they can sign up to play games or purchase merchandise.
Continuing into the space, guests will find a bar area adorned with warm wood slats that contrast beautifully with the murals. A series of spherical lights hover above the point of sale below. To the right of the bar, a large area is dedicated to mini golf, mural-accented seating, and private space that can be reserved for parties. The artist, Ryan Ward “Henry,” painted all the artwork in this area, including the social media feature wall.
Towards the rear of the space, various seated and standing tables are accompanied by the signature Duffle Board and an assortment of board games. Further exploration reveals a large, mural-embellished open area with a giant Jenga to play with friends and a putting spot. Strategically placed metal screens in the booths create a sense of separation while maintaining a connection to the surrounding environment. A semi-private room retains a connection to the main area through a long glass window in the center of the wall. This space offers diverse seating options either along the glass window walls or in the middle of the room. A vibrant, floor-to-ceiling mural enhances the energetic atmosphere and element of fun throughout.