Flight Club heads to Bristol

By James McAllister

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Flight Club heads to Bristol

Related tags: Competitive socialising, Restaurant, Bristol

Social darts chain Flight Club is set to open its first site in Bristol later this year.

As first reported by Bristol Live​, ​the Red Engine-backed brand has applied for a premises license to open a bar on Corn Street in Bristol's city centre.

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.

“We absolutely love Bristol and hope to bring Social Darts and some unexpected, ridiculous joy to the South West in 2021,” a Flight Club spokesperson told Bristol Live​.

“Once everything’s finalised, we’ll be sure to share more updates on what we’ve got in store for Corn Street.

“Each Flight Club is completely unique, so we can’t wait to bring this to life when the time’s right.”

Flight Club was scheduled to launch its first location in Leeds​ last Easter, before the pandemic delayed those plans. It is now also expected that site will open this year.

The competitive socialising concept features an extensive menu of sharing platters and pizzas that’s available to guests while they play rounds of darts.

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