If you read nothing else, read these 3 things:
- No open-toed shoes!
- Arrive at least 15 minutes early! NO REFUNDS FOR LATE ARRIVALS. This isn’t us being arbitrarily cruel, you need time to sign waivers and check in.
- War and Peace.
To guarantee a private bay for your group you must purchase:
6 people minimum for your group Sunday to Thursday
8 people minimum on Fridays and Saturdays
If your group is below those minimums, you may share a bay with other guests. A rare opportunity to meet new people in LA and great for games!
If your group is larger than 12 you can book an additional alley, but you must also book for a minimum of 6 players (or 8 on Fridays and Saturdays) for that second alley to be private, and so on, ad infinitum (until our 20 lanes are full).
For groups larger than 24 contact our special events
Stripped to its essentials, an axe throwing session is:
Anyone. A-N-Y ONE can get the hang of this. I’m not just saying that to get you to book a session. Even the unfit and the relatively clumsy can master it. I mean look at me. And when I say me, I’m speaking for a number of us. Some of us at Mo’s House of Axe are accomplished in various sports, but others… others were definitely the last ones to be picked for dodge ball. Yet all of us have had a great time throwing. That’s why we’re here, why we built this place. Our middling bowling game hasn’t improved since ninth grade! But here you’ll always have an expert with you, and you’ll watch your game improve right in front of your eyes. So book it!
I just told you you can! You will be surprised how easy and fun it is. It’s not about strength. The muscly have no advantage over the angular, willowy, or graceful. Quite the opposite. And rumor has it that women learn faster because they actually listen to the instructions, but you didn’t hear that here.
You know what? I guarantee you will be able to throw. That’s right. I do.
Settle down, settle down, we’re not crazy! There is absolutely no throwing if you’re drunk, soused, or blotto. Our Axe Coaches are the final word on who can play. They will also teach you to throw, give you tips on technique, form, and style, while also imparting knowledge of axe-throwing culture.
There is. Come and be part of it. It includes people of all shapes, hues, genders, ages, habits, and intersectional passions.
They will stay with you throughout your session to teach you everything you need to know and get you and your friends engaged in fun as hell games!
Yes, unless we’re full-up with reserved groups. If you’re in a group smaller than six, you may share a lane with other throwers – which is great for spirited competition. If it’s busy your group might have to be split, but we’ll always attempt to get you into adjoining lanes.
The cost per person for a 75-minute axe throwing reservation is $35+tax. You pay in full when you make the reservation online. See our cancellation policy. (The short version: reservations are fully refundable up until 24 hours before your reservation. So, Book it!)
Also check out our social for Happy Hour specials on axe throwing food and drinks!
The easiest way to do this is to have one person make the reservation on their credit card, and then you can slip that that bold, heroic leader some Sakajewas, or Venmo, Zelle, goats, Square cash or whatever! If you must pay individually let us know if you are booking as part of a group reservation in the notes section and let us know the name the rest of your group is booked under. We’ll do our best to see that you are in the same lane, but we can’t guarantee it.
We hate to say it, but if you arrive late you’ve lost your slot. And we really, really hate to say that, so please be on time. No refunds for late arrivals.
Think of your axe session like a plane taking off from LAX. It can’t wait for you. ARRIVE 15 MINUTES EARLY! But traffic was terrible. You had to update your Instagram. Finish whatever show. Walk the dog. We totally get it but… we can’t hold you’re group hostage, and we can’t let you throw without our safety and technique lesson.
Of course, there’s an exception. We’re not monsters! If you arrive late for a private alley reservation and everyone on your flight is fine waiting for you and shortening their axe throwing time, then it’s ok.
You’re hungry or thirsty and we’re going to deny you our delicious food and refreshing drinks? I don’t think so! Come on in! Non-throwers can enjoy or bar and dining, and even our balcony.
The all-new Mo’s kitchen menu features an eclectic menu that leapt from the mind of Chef Jonathon Paiz. Pulling from the flavors of the American south, Central America, and Asia, we have unique takes on dishes that only sound familiar. Of course, we still have vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options in addition to things like Buffalo wings with a homemade ranch, or hangar steak with deconstructed cabbage and potato crepes. I would be remiss in my FAQness if I didn’t mention our new brunch that stands up to any in LA. If you’re here early on weekdays, explore Chef’s Happy Hour menu.
As always, our full-service bar features kick axe crafted cocktails, local brews, and artisanal wines.
We agree with the Boy and Girl Scouts of America, yes, kids can learn to safely and expertly throw axes. Of course, they need adult supervision along with training from our great Axe Coaches.
We allow kids ages 8 and up to throw as long as the axe coach assesses that they have the strength and coordination to properly handle an axe, and as long as you adults supervise them with us. For children 8 to 12 you’ll need one adult per 3 kids and for kids 13 to 17 one adult per alley.
This sport is for everyone. And for that matter throwing an axe from a chair is considered a cool trick shot so you’ll have instant street cred when you stick it!
Aside from memories you’ll cherish forever, you’ll get an alley, which is two adjoining lanes so you and your friends can compete side-by-side and, perhaps most importantly, you’ll get an Axe Master to guide you.
It’s not allowed and why would you want to when we have a delicious menu and an awesome bar! That said, if you’re booking a special event or you will be devastated if you can’t bring in your favorite cake, reach out to our special events staff and they’ll work out a custom experience with you that could include your own catering.
We have a strict dress code. Everyone must wear plaid or a Game of Thrones costume – no exceptions.
Kidding! Kidding! Just a little FAQ humor. The only thing you need to know is that you must wear closed-toed shoes. And you should wear clothes that give you range of motion, including raising your arms over your head. Other than that you can rock your bad self in any style you want.
You name it and we can host it. We have a dedicated special events staff with extensive experience in throwing (hah!) all kinds of events small to large. We can put together a fully customized experience for you or help you craft your own event. Reach out to our special events department here.
Your axe coaches will give you all they’ve got no matter what, but who doesn’t want a tip? Especially in this hustle of a city where everyone is trying to make it until their big break. They would love to feel your love! If you don’t have cash, they accept credit cards and digital pay apps.
If you want to avoid hunting for parking or valet of course there’s Lyft and Uber or maybe you want to feel the wind in your hair on a Lime scooter before wielding an axe. Or public transit is the new black.
MASS TRANSIT: There is a major metro subway and bus stop within one block. We’re across Western from the Western/Wilshire Metro Purple Line station.
VALET PARKING is available, so you can strut in like a rock star. There is also street parking nearby but honestly it can be a pain in the axe. Feel free to be that diehard person and hunt around. Just leave time for parking and walking so you aren’t late.
Cancelling is so LA. But we know sometimes plans must change. You’re not omniscient. How could you have known! You will get a full refund up to 24 Hours in advance of your booked time slot. Sorry but within 24 hours there are no refunds. Hey, it’s complicated to book axe alleys. Juggling all those reservations and axe coaches. It takes a day. You try it!