Axe on Tap!

Reno Axe Throwing and Dinner at West Street Market

When was the last time you said, “I wanna throw an axe!”? Don your best lumberjack gear and hiking boots (or any sturdy closed-toe shoe) and head to Reno Axe, where you can test your skills with the sport of axe throwing. Don’t axe it until you try it!

Group of friends at Reno Axe

woman throwing axe at Reno Axe

couple getting their axe from Reno Axe

This is not only fun; you may be surprised at how therapeutic it can be—burning off any angst in your work-week bones. Pros are on site to give you the lowdown with plentiful tips on how to safely throw an axe and how to avoid “axedents.” You’ve got an hour, and your own lane for your group, so enjoy the music and some hearty laughs amid healthy competition. A cold beer from the bar helps, too. Sit back on their patio and relAxe with a pint.

Check out the Reno beer map!

Book a time at Reno Axe. Groups of 2 to 12 people. $25 per person. Covid protocols are in place here, including masks to be worn when not eating or drinking or not in your lane. Staff members wear masks and follow Covid protocols. The venue is large, and the open-air bar provides fresh air on warm days.

Couple at West Street Market

pizza from West Street Market

friends dining at West Street Market

FOOD BONUS: For some Après-Axe, grab dinner at West Street Market. The charming courtyard is a collective of merchants committed to organic and local food as well as craft beer and wine. There’s artisan pizza, North and South Indian cuisine, and Asian-fusion salads. The wine from Thali Lounge is nicely curated with sustainable and biodynamic wines. Order a bottle to pair with your meal.

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