LIVE Axe NYC: First Axe-Throwing Bar in Manhattan!

The first Axe throwing bar in Manhattan! A fun and unique experience and a great program to do with friends or a group of colleagues! It can be good if you’re looking to release some tension 😉 You can learn how to throw like a Viking with the help of an instructor on-site. Eat, drink and throw!

The space is perfect for private parties, bachelorettes and bachelor parties, corporate outings, birthdays, and more. They have a huge space downstairs with VIP cages, cool music with a live DJ, a bar, you can grab some food and start throwing axes like a real Viking! “With 10,000 SQFT on two floors and two bars, Live Axe has ample room to throw one of the most exciting and unique party events in NYC!” 

You’ll find cool photo-ops downstairs on the way to the restrooms!


When is Live Axe NYC?

It’s open every day throughout the year! Except on Mondays!

It came to NYC to stay.


Live Axe NYC Hours

Monday: Closed.
Tues – Thurs: 4pm to 10pm.
Friday: 1pm to 11pm.
Saturday: 12pm to 11pm.
Sunday: 12pm to 9pm.


Live Axe NYC Tickets

Tickets start at $45 per person. They are pricey! Welcome to NYC! 😉

Book your reservation here.

It’s recommended to book your tickets in advance. Especially if you’re going with a large group or on a Saturday night when it can get more crowded.

Keep in mind that everyone will need to sign a waiver form to throw axes.


Food & Drinks

The menu selection is limited but food is yummy. You’ll be able to get flatbread pizza, a giant pretzel, ribs, and more.

Check their food menu here.

Cocktail menu.


Live Axe NYC Location

96 Lafayette St. between White & Walker Sts, Chinatown right next to Soho and Tribeca in Lower Manhattan.


Live Axe NYC: How to Get There

The closest stations by subway:

  • N/Q/R/W to Canal St.
  • 6 Train to Canal St.
  • A/C/E to Canal St.




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