Axe-Throwing for Fun Coming to Huntington

It may be time to start sharpening your aim, as two business owners plan to open an axe-throwing center on Main Street in Huntington.
Carl Mazza, with his business  partner,  Mario Simone, have similar shops in Selden and Farmingdale. Mazza said the two hope to open their newest  NY Axe location at 325 Main St. in May.
“It’s safe, 100 percent safe,” Mazza said. “There’s a coach in every lane overseeing people throwing, making sure they are being safe.” Patrons will undergo  a five-minute round of training before using the axes.
“It’s fun, it’s different,” he said. Customers of all ages have use their other locations, though the majority appear to to range from 20s to 35. Ax throwing is popular with bachelor parties, date nights, or girls’ night out get-togethers, Mazzo said.
While the axes and targets are real, the site will offer about 100 digital projections onto the targets, with a chance to take out zombies, for example, or play tic-tac-toe.
The Huntington site will be open from 4-9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays, 12-11 on Fridays and Saturdays, and noon to 8 p.m. on Sundays. It will also have a bar.

One Reply to “Axe-Throwing for Fun Coming to Huntington”

  1. Axe is potentially a dangerous weapon, and axe-throwing is hazardous at best; such activity should be illegal especially in a society that promotes on TV gun uses and other brute force to solve daily conflicts instead of the use of dialogue; however, sport like, Ping pong, tennis, volleyball, golf, running, and bicycling are among the safest sports.

    In addition, current disruptive technologies, including artificial intelligence –AI, are generating upheaval in the job market causing many skills and profession to become obsolete with far reaching consequences for those at the receiving end; thus, anyone above the age of 18 should be more interested in program, course or activities that could upgrade their marketable skills in high-tech instead of wasting time in vicarious and puerile sports

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