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A new business is opening in the former Lou’s Charcuteria space on Commerce Street

Tuesday, March 3 2020 4:28 PM
 
A new business is opening in the former Lou’s Charcuteria space on Commerce Street, but it’s not a restaurant and bar.

Axe to Grind will be Wichita’s second ax-throwing business.

“We kind of enjoy blending a lot of different things,” says general operations manager Jonathan Frazzell.

That includes ax-throwing lanes, yard games, beer and simple snacks.

Wichita’s first ax-throwing bar, Blade & Timber, opened in Delano in 2018.

The first Axe to Grind opened in Manhattan almost a year ago. A second opened late last year in Sioux City, Iowa.

Frazzell says the owners, who prefer not to be named, are based in Manhattan but have Wichita ties.

“We have a lot of history with running around over there.”

The space is about 4,500 square feet and should be ready to open in a couple of months, Frazzell says.

Though the only food planned now is chips and candy bars, customers can bring in food — not alcohol — if they like.

Frazzell says his group eventually may look at doing some kind of food “with that building’s potential.”

Zach Zerbe with Landmark Commercial Real Estate handled the deal.

BY CARRIE RENGERS

 

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