Faces of Brisbane – Oche

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  • By Fortitude Valley,
  • 15 Jan 2020

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Some background, Oche (pronounced ‘ockey’) is the traditional name for the toe-line punters stand behind when playing darts.

Oche Brisbane, opening December 6, will span 700sqm across two floors of the Old Flour Mill on Constance Street, with a third floor upstairs being considered for functions. The strictly over 18 venue will play host to a very modern interpretation of the classic game and promises a novel experience by remaking the heritage structure into a cosmopolitan hotspot featuring premium drinks, cuisine by Brisbane star chefs and a range of elegant spaces in which to enjoy it all.

Oche is an idea born in Oslo, Norway, so it’s clearly not just local punters wanting more from a night out. Why is this kind of revelry is proving popular?

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