BigHospitality’s sister site MCA reports that Flight Club, which forms part of Steve Moore and Paul Barham’s recently launched parent company Red Engine, is set to open in Leeds this Easter.
The competitive socialising concept features an extensive menu of sharing platters and pizzas that’s available to guests while they play rounds of darts.
Red Engine’s portfolio currently features six UK Flight Club venues; four in London, with one each in Manchester and Birmingham.
It also oversees two US partnership sites in Boston and Chicago.
Late last year Red Engine launched shuffleboard concept Electric Shuffle in Canary Wharf’s Cabot Square, more than a year after it was first mooted.
The game sees players slide weighted discs down a narrow court with the purpose of having them come to rest within a marked scoring area.
Other notable competitive socialising concepts include mini golf and restaurant chain Puttshack, which currently operates three UK sites across London and Essex, with a fourth set to open at the Intu Watford shopping centre later this year and expansion to the US also on the cards.
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