Walk-ins are always accepted, but we also take reservations for axe throwing. All axe throwing reservations are handled through our OpenTable page. Reservations are only needed for axe throwing. No reservation is required to eat or drink at the Axe Bar. Groups over 20 people will require assistance from us, so please contact the The Axe Bar location where you are planning your party, and we will be happy to set you up!
They are not required, walk-ins are always welcome for both eating/drinking and axe throwing! If you do choose to make one, reservations are for axe throwing lanes only.How do I make a reservation?
Once you have a date and time in mind, simply click on the OpenTable link above. This takes you to our reservation calendar. The times listed are for today’s date, so if you are looking to book a date other than today, you will need to select the desired date to see what times are available.How long should the reservation be?
The length and pricing depends on the size of your group:
1 - 4 people: We recommend a one-hour time slot.
5 - 10 people: A two-hour time slot is recommended.
11 - 20 people: This will require two pits, so look for two pits that have the same times. After booking your first pit, click “add additional services” and proceed to book your second pit.
Large groups (over 20) will require assistance from us, so please contact The Axe Bar location where you are planning your party, and we will be happy to set you up!Can I rent out the entire venue?
Yes! The Axe Bar is the perfect place for parties, company events, and more. If you are interested in renting out the venue, please contact The Axe Bar directly.What if I have to cancel?
We understand things come up and you may have to change your reservation. We simply ask for you to notify us as soon as possible when you know you have to cancel or reschedule.What happens if you are late for your reservation?
Please call The Axe Bar location you made a reservation at if you are running late. We run a tight schedule that usually doesn’t give us much flexibility. Typically, we will be unable to make up the time you lost, but if we can, we definitely will.