Family Guide to Sinkers Lounge in Manhattan, KS


The new Sinkers Lounge in Downtown Manhattan is a great option for a date night, family outing or moms night out. It’s the mini-golf experience you remember but with Instagrammable backgrounds, hand-crafted cocktails, a tabletop golf course and a full menu of fun food options.

Come to Play

Mini golf is nine holes of fun themes that include florals, Skee-ball and all sorts of fun lighting. To keep the pace moving, only six guests can play a hole at a time. Once you’ve completed all nine holes and taken some fun pictures, head to to the tabletop golf game where you can try your luck — no putting skills necessary.

Book a reservation for play online or walk-in and join the waitlist. No refunds are allowed but times can be rescheduled.

Kids are welcome and putters are available in all sizes!


Mini Golf
Adults: $15 or $20 unlimited play
Kids 12 and under: $7 or $11 unlimited play
Kids 5 and under: Free before 6 p.m.

Mini Golf Unlimited + Table Top Combo
Adults: $20
Kids 12 and under: $11
Kids 5 and under: Free before 6 p.m.

Hours and Location

Sinker’s Lounge is located a 100 Manhattan Town Center. Parking is avaialble along Poyntz Avenue or in the parking lot off Third Street near the AMC Theater.

Sinkers is open:

Monday–Wednesday: 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.
Thursday:  4 p.m. – 11 p.m.
Friday and Saturday: noon-midnight
Sunday: noon – 8 p.m.

Food and Drink


Sinkers Lounge is a unique option in Manhattan for a day or night out!

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Sarah McGinnity
Sarah is owner of Manhattan Moms and is passionate about encouraging and connecting moms - we weren't meant to do this alone! She grew up in Manhattan graduated from Manhattan High and K-State, worked for newspapers and for several marketing departments, and eventually got her master's in public administration. Sarah and her husband, Shea, have four kids - Henry (12), Clark (9), Lucy (7) and Caroline (1). She enjoys reading historical fiction, beating her kids at board games and traveling as often as possible.


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