Alabama-based Civil Axe Throwing is expanding to Atlanta.
The company is in permitting with the City to build out space in The Beacon Atlanta for its first-to-market location.
Civil Axe Throwing will occupy suite B-32, a 2,300-square-foot space, at 1039 Grant Street SE Suite, according to the plans.
“Whether you want to channel your inner lumberjack or just try out a fun and competitive hobby, axe throwing (a.k.a. hatchet throwing) is a fun and unique sport that’s taking North America by storm,” according to a landing page for the forthcoming Atlanta outpost.
“Axe throwing is easy to learn (kinda like throwing darts, but with axes!), and everything is designed with your fun and safety in mind.”
Atlantans wishing to chuck axes with friends will spend $20 per hour per person at Civil Axe Throwing.
Food and beverage are not sold but guests are invited to BYOB.
The company has at least seven existing locations across the southeast and 10 “coming soon,” including in Atlanta.
Jorge Lima, owner of Civil Axe Throwing, did not respond to What Now Atlanta’s request for comment.
Axe throwing facilities are not new to Atlanta.
Existing brands in the market include Axe Throwing Atlanta, Bad Axe Throwing, and Bury The Hatchet.