Flight Club Social Darts opened its doors Jan. 11, in Atlanta’s West Midtown to the delight of locals and visitors. The opening marks the latest entertainment option to arrive in Atlanta and Flight Club’s fifth U.S. location. This location spans two floors and features an outdoor patio space and seating for guests playing darts or lounging in between games.
This high-tech darts hub not only features exciting games of darts but also includes a restaurant and bar. The brand makes darts easier to play for all with automatic scoring, so guests don’t have to stop and do the math. Flight Club also offers multiplayer games for groups of six to 400 at a time. Each regular game of Social Darts is $12 per person for 90 minutes of play.
Each of the space’s Oches accommodates up to 12 guests at the same time, and multiple Oches can be networked together for even larger groups to play together tournament-style. The concept of Social Darts means blending games with other experiences. Guests don’t need to leave to find food or drinks; a full-service restaurant and bar provides guests with an array of dishes made by an acclaimed team of executive chefs. Dishes include house-made dips, skewers, sliders and flatbreads, all perfect for sharing with a group. From yuzu guacamole to mini poke tacos to tandoori chicken skewers, there’s something for everyone to taste.
Flight Club also boasts cocktails crafted by mixologist Peter Vestinos. A selection of playful and botanical cocktails makes a great accompaniment to any dish. Popular concoctions include The Iguana (a blend of Jamaican rums, hibiscus liqueur, allspice, gingerbread rooibos tea and lime); The Capuchin (mezcal, ancho Chile liqueur, pineapple, lime and Tajin seasoning); and The Royal Lion (Gunpowder green tea-infused gin, English breakfast tea, thyme, East India sherry and lemon).
For larger parties of 13 guests or more, Flight Club’s two private event spaces for celebrations provide enough room and privacy for guests to enjoy.
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