West Virginia bar to offer alcohol, ax throwing

Capitol Street's Lucky Dill Deli has opened its Axes and Ales bar. The setup is similar to darts, but customers can throw mini-axes at targets. (WCHS/WVAH)

This weekend West Virginians can grab something to eat with one hand and throw an ax with the other.

Capitol Street's Lucky Dill Deli has opened Axes and Ales bar. The setup is similar to darts, but customers can throw mini-axes at targets.

The business has courts for ax throwing available on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Customers have to reserve a court for $40 for up to four players.

The owner, Chadrick Harper, said the concept is a way to really to make his business stand out.

“We encourage anybody to come out enjoy throwing some axes having a sandwich and just sitting back having a good time,” he said.

The rules to throw are you have to be 21, you can only wear closed toed shoes and there's a two drink maximum.


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