A tarnished, downtownish mockery of the khaki-clad suburban establishment, Bushwick Country Club lives up to its name with dingy chandeliers and a miniature golf course featuring a windmill barrier constructed from PBR cans. Like the Club back home, membership has its privilegesanamely, drink specials. But a simple request wonat get every sucker a gold membership card. Current members have to refer potential newcomers, so sit back and make friends at the bar.
Grab a $3 tallboy, a basket of Cheetos, and your sticks (for free!) from behind the bar, and head to the backyard of Bushwick Country Club, where you'll find a six-hole homemade putt-putt arena. Illuminated by Christmas lights year-round, some holes feature mazes or obstacles, like the Devil's Doorway, a contraption that sucks and spits your ball out. Unlike your grandparents' country club, you can find this course open all year, in all weather conditions. Like it too much? Talk to the... More »