Columbus Staycation – Giveaway

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An Amazing Axe Throwing Staycation in Downtown Columbus

Enjoy Your Hometown with Great Food, Entertainment and – of Course – Axe Throwing

With school back in session and the holiday season right around the corner, it’s easy to feel burned out by the hustle and bustle of daily life. Thankfully, downtown Columbus is rich in both comforts and exciting entertainment and dining options to help you feel refreshed and ready to take on the world again. This is the ultimate guide to your dream Columbus staycation.

The Perfect Location for Your Columbus Staycation

Start your weekend vacation at home by checking in to the Westin Great Southern Columbus, a 4-star hotel right in the heart of downtown. The rich, red-brick exterior houses rooms decked out with every modern amenity, including pillow top mattresses and rainfall showerheads. The premium location places you minutes away from countless restaurants, bars and family-friendly forms of entertainment, including Ohio’s premier axe throwing lounge, Dueling Axes.

A Highly Axe-essible Activity

While axe throwing may seem intimidating at first, Dueling Axes guarantees a safe and comfortable experience that combines individual coaching and free-form game play, all in an upscale, urban lounge environment. Children as young as five years old have been able to successfully stick bullseyes, making it a great option for both kids and kids at heart. Parents can enjoy the stress relief of throwing axes while enjoying an adult beverage, whether brought from home or delivered in from one of the many neighborhood restaurants, and kids love taking on the new challenge of axe throwing. Guests can choose from about a dozen game play options and set their own pace of throws, making it a great option for kids to teens and in between!

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Great Eats Just an Axe’s Throw Away

Nothing works up an appetite quite like axe throwing, and thankfully, Dueling Axes’ convenient downtown location makes it just a moment’s walk away from a wide variety of dining options. Looking to keep things casual? Grab a pizza from Mikey’s Late Night Slice or a gourmet dog from Dirty Frank’s Hot Dog Palace, both located just across the street from Dueling Axes. Pecan Penny’s and The Walrus, both located right around the corner on Main Street, offer up classic BBQ and upscale American standards, respectively. Got a group of adventurous eaters with you? Stop by El Camino Inn for twists on Mexican street food and craft cocktails. With so many options to choose from, there’s truly something to keep everyone in the family happy.

Making Your Columbus Staycation Dreams Come TrueColumbus staycation

Sound like an award-winning weekend? Well, you’re in luck! Dueling Axes is proud to call Columbus, Ohio its home, and wants to share the fun with all of its fans. Dueling Axes has teamed up with the Westin to offer up a dream Columbus staycation package that is sure to delight. Visit our Instagram page and look for the GIVEAWAY POST mentioning this blog. Follow @duelingaxes on Instagram and Facebook, tag your axe-wielding friends and comment with why you deserve to win this Columbus Staycation package for a chance to win a night’s stay at the Westin and a 1-hour axe throwing package for 2 people! To top it off, we’re offering up a classic pie at Mikey’s and two $25 gift cards, one to Dirty Franks and one to The Walrus. It’s the perfect package for planning a Columbus staycation. Follow the link for additional details and how to enter!

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Dueling Axes Announces Expansion, Anniversary Tournament Series

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ORIGINALLY POSTED BY COLUMBUS UNDERGROUND JUNE 20, 2019

Dueling Axes Announces Expansion, Anniversary Tournament Series

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Dueling Axes axe-throwing lounge in Downtown Columbus will celebrate its one-year anniversary on July 7. In celebration, the lounge announces an expansion into New Albany, as well as a tournament series and other promotions.

The lounge will expand to New Albany as part of the Hamilton Quarter expansion southeast of Hamilton and 161. The development is also the future site of a Target Next Generation store, Hobby Lobby, and a host of other retail businesses and restaurants.

Dueling Axes’ expansion will double the size of its Downtown location — which will allow for twice as many lanes, but with the same rustic feel. The space will also include a private meeting room and a traditional parking lot.

The lounge is looking at an opening in 2020.

“That kind of opens up a new market for us, that northeast side of Columbus,” said Jess Hellmich, co-owner of Dueling Axes. “There’s a whole group of people that only stay Downtown or inside 270. And then there’s a whole group that don’t want anything to do with Downtown.”

A part of Dueling Axes’ formal one-year anniversary celebration is a set of 32-person, bracket-style tournaments on three nights in July. For a $20 fee, individuals can compete for one of six spots in the finals. The winner will get tickets to a Columbus Clippers game, and get the chance to make the “first axe throw” ahead of the game.

“Instead of your first pitch, we’re going to set up a target and someone’s going to be able to throw an ax over home plate,” explains Hellmich.

Tickets will also be given away, as well as company merch, restaurant gift cards and gift certificates to the lounge.

The celebration also incorporates a number of promotions, including summer happy hour pricing on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays through Labor Day. On Sunday, July 7, the day of the anniversary, one-hour reservations will cost $10 a person for a minimum of four-person groups.

Hellmich and Paul Sherry, co-owner of Dueling Axes, say the past year has gone by quickly. They now have 10 people on staff, and the response from patrons has exceeded expectations.

“No injuries. Two splinters, I suppose,” said Sherry. “Most people come in, they pick it up right away.”

“Coming in on a Saturday night and seeing a bunch of coolers in here, with people just having a good time. It’s something else,” said Hellmich. “You don’t see it in a lot of places.”

“Columbus has really embraced axe throwing,” said Sherry.

More information, including registration for the tournament, can be found online at theduelingaxes.com.