This New Brooklyn Bar Teaches Patrons To Throw Axes

This New Brooklyn Bar Teaches Patrons To Throw Axes
Fitness & Sport

Kick Axe is a new NYC sports club that lets customers try their hand at axe-throwing while enjoying their drinks

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 27 february 2018

It can be difficult for bars to remain trendy and relevant in a competitive market like New York City. For this new Brooklyn sports club, one way to bring in the crowds is to pair beer with a game of axe-throwing. At Kick Axe, there are 10 metal-caged axe ranges in which customers are assigned an “axe-pert” who provides basic throwing lessons and goes through safety guidelines to make sure no one gets hurt, including keeping drinks away from the ranges.

Time in the range costs $35 per person for 75 minutes, and parties of eight can reserve their own ranges. As the main feature is the axe-throwing, the refreshments are limited to canned beer and basic wines with a few snacks. Still, the draw is the ability to throw an axe at a wooden target and hear the satisfying crunch of metal breaking wood.

Kick Axe

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