Flight Club, technologically driven darts bar, opens on West Dallas Street

Flight Club has a variety of cocktails for patrons to choose from. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)
Flight Club has a variety of cocktails for patrons to choose from. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)

Flight Club has a variety of cocktails for patrons to choose from. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)

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Guests can enjoy the Mini Poke Tacos. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The cocktail menu, featured here, has specialty drinks. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The technology-driven dart board allows for tournaments throughout Flight Club. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)
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Each oche at Flight Club can have up to 12 people playing on it at once. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)
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The truffle fries are one of many options on the starters menu. (Sofia Gonzalez/Community Impact Newspaper)

An immersive bar and restaurant, Flight Club, opened its first Houston location Feb. 10 at 3515 W. Dallas St., Ste. 100, Houston.

According to a Feb.1 press release, the new concept has specialty drinks, a curated menu from a team of chefs, 10 game areas and two private event spaces.

In a statement, Alan Cichon, president of Flight Club’s U.S. operator, State of Play, described the venue as “a first-of-its-kind concept in Houston that brings people together over laughs, delicious food, refreshing cocktails and ... a bit of friendly competition.”

“The Houston location is Texas-sized—big, bold and full of excitement,” Cichon said.

In each oche, the area behind the dart board, 12 people can play at once. The oches can also be networked together, according to the release. Flight Club’s technology allows groups of guests to score, match and connect across multiple dart boards throughout the bar. When networked, groups of up to 300 can play against each other.



The bar’s innovations also allow patrons to play modern versions of dart games such as Demolition, Donkey Derby, and Snakes and Ladders. For each game “the computer vision systems utilize cameras and complex mathematical models” allowing it to know where the dart was thrown, according to the release.

Flight Club is open Mondays through Thursdays from 4-11 p.m., Fridays and Saturdays from noon-1 a.m. and Sundays from noon-9 p.m.

By Sofia Gonzalez
Sofia joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2022 after graduating with a degree in Journalism from the University of Houston in December 2021. Sofia covers a variety of stories in her market, with a main focus on Houston City Council. Prior to CI, Sofia interned for Houston Public Media and Houstonia Magazine, and spent time writing for UH's student media.