This is a post by N&O restaurant critic Greg Cox:
Local couples Michael and Angela Luff and Chris and Tracy Flanagan have teamed up to open Indoor Greens (1951 High House Road; 919-825-1818; indoorgreensminigolf.com. ) in Cornerstone Commons shopping center in Cary.
The owners are billing their new venture as "The Triangle's first mini golf course for casual fun and serious golfers," and they've backed up the claim with an 18-hole course of professional grade greens complete with undulations. Kids and casual players can play from shorter tees.
After you've worked up an appetite, head over to the Clubhouse Café, where the counter service menu includes greens of another sort. Salads - house, Greek and mixed greens with bleu cheese, apple, caramelized pecans and a poppyseed dressing - head up an offering that leans to light and healthy fare. Current options include chipotle hummus, mojo chicken lettuce wrap and chicken gyro, but you'll also want to check the board for specials.
The PBJ on the kids' menu even comes with a choice of veggie chips or fruit, with beverage options including juice box and bottled water.
OK, maybe the mayo and Boursin cheese spread on the club sandwich are a little on the indulgent side.
Indoor Greens is open Monday-Saturday from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m., and Sunday from 2-6 p.m. $12 gets you unlimited golf and includes $3 credit in the Clubhouse Café.
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