Bad Axe Throwing reopens in metro with new safety guidelines

Axe throwing facility reopens in metro with new safety guidelines

Atlanta, GA — As the stay-at-home order has been lifted, and businesses are permitted to reopen, many are facing the challenges of how to do so amid the new rules and regulations.

“The Atlanta facility is great because it’s one of the biggest facilities we actually have in North America. It’s almost 12,000 square feet...and it’s just enormous," says owner of Bad Axe Throwing, Mario Zelaya.

Zelaya owns Bad Axe Throwing spots all across the U.S., and the Atlanta location was one of the first to be permitted to open. But in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, he has had to pivot the way they operate with new safety measures and rules put in place.

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While the facility could normally hold an occupancy of around 300 people, they are now limiting it to 40.

“Even with those 40 people, we can literally put them in every single other lane and there is more than 6 feet between them all...And they are still able to maintain their private lanes," explains Zelaya.

You can book a reservations for up to four people in your party by booking on the Bad Axe Throwing website. They also accept walk-ins, but those hours may change. To be safe, call ahead two hours before going to ensure they are accepting walk-ins. Additional incentives to booking now include a free t-shirt or medallion to a group when a booking is made.