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Bristol darts bar Flight Club to host Halloween-themed boozy brunch  

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A new city centre Bristol bar will offer Halloween-themed bottomless brunches this weekend.

Flight Club recently launched its latest venue on Corn Street in the building formerly home to Pranj’s Bar.

The 200-capacity bar offers guests the chance to play a “supercharged” version of darts on seven oches and has areas with bookable tables alongside other spaces left free for those who fancy an impromptu night out.

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Each of the chain’s venues have a unique set of wall decorations and antiques, selected by co-founder Steve Moore and the team.

Flight Club’s “supercharged” version of darts involves a series of multiplayer games using dart tracking technology, designed by the bar’s very own astrophysicist.

Tournament tech can connect up to 150 players within the venue, while instant scoring eliminates any need for counting and makes matches “fast-paced, exciting social experiences”.

In between games, players can sit back and enjoy sharing platters, pizzas, side dishes and a selection of cocktails.

There’s also a brunch menu too which includes bottomless pizza, alongside veggie, vegan and gluten free options in addition to a bottle of prosecco each, served between Thursday and Sunday.



Flight Club is going all out this Halloween
Flight Club is going all out this Halloween

This weekend (October 30 and 31), the venue will add a spooky twist to its Brunch Social with a devilish cocktail on arrival, a bottle of Prosecco per person and two hours of endless pizza matched with Halloween tricks and treats galore.

“Our Halloween Brunch Social will be perfect for getting the ghouls together,” said a Flight Club spokesperson. “Our venue will be decorated and prizes given out for the best costumes with our DJ playing the best tunes.”

Tickets for this Saturday and Sunday are from £30 (without Social Darts) and from £35 (with Social Darts) and can be purchased on the Flight Club website.

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