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Signs that St. Louis Midtown Topgolf is getting closer to its open

Jacob Kim

ST. LOUIS — The city of St. Louis said it considering a trio of liquor licenses for the new Midtown Topgolf, the latest sign that the complex's opening is drawing nearer.

Construction has also progressed, with a three-story building, complete with Topgolf signage, now in place, along with the entertainment venue's signature nets. It is also advertising staff positions for the location.

The Dallas-based golf entertainment operator said last year that the facility, at 3201-17 Chouteau Ave., would open in late 2023. It said in a statement Tuesday that "we don't have any updates to share at this time..."

The city said Topgolf applied Aug. 4 for liquor licenses that include the ability to sell alcohol on Sundays. A license is being sought for each of three levels, with levels one and three including a "summer garden." Andy Najjar, a local operations manager at Topgolf, is listed as the company's contact.


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