You Know There is An Axe Throwing Gym in Pittsburgh, Right?

Originally published November 2nd, 2017.

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I live in Millvale.

If you follow me on Instagram, you probz know this.... but if you don't, there you go. That's my neighborhood. Stalk away (please don't actually).

Anyways, when I take walks around the neighborhood (aka, pry myself away from my laptop), I often pass the axe throwing gym and just laugh.

It has been a few months, but I still can't believe I'm neighbors with a axe throwing gym!

However, something hit me today. While the fact that "LumberjAxes: Axe Throwing Pittsburgh" exists is kinda old news to me... I realized that might not be the case for everyone. 

Yo, everyone.... You know there is an axe throwing gym in Pittsburgh, right?

There is a place where you can pay money to show up with beer and throw axes (real ones) at a target. It's like darts.... but also nothing like darts

You can pay for a party ($35 pp for 2 hours) or individual walk-ins ($20 for 1 hour). It is pretty expensive, but it's a truly unique experience. 

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I suggest the waIk-in, because one hour was plenty of time for me. I also don't have enough friends for the group pricing/tournament, but if you're in a bachelorette party/corporate outing, it would probz be real fun.

Also.... I was sore the next day. Just saying.

It wasn't too busy when I was there, but that was a few months ago. Guests are welcome to bring in food and drinks....

...why am I even wasting time with all this nonsense? IT IS A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN PAY MONEY TO THROW AN AXE AT A TARGET. END OF STORY. You're either sold on that immediately, or not.

I suggest stopping by Grist House or Draai Laag, grabbing some brews, and heading over with a few pals. 

Also, before I end this post, I need to present 'Exhibit A' on why people are the worst. This was on LumberjAxes Google Reviews

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Really? You're going to rate someone's business two stars for that? 2017 is a nightmare. Children should start having to take an Internet Etiquette 101 class in school.

Anyways, as I said, it's worth a try at least one. Get more information here

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