Oche Darts Bar Brisbane is located in a Heritage-listed mill on Constance Street behind the Fortitude Valley train station. The two-storey venue features an outdoor terrace and two separate bars with local beers on tap.
The main attraction of going to Oche is to try the electronic darts. After you book your laneway – you pay by the hour slot. Your waitperson will hand over a set of darts, assist you in getting set up and answer any questions you might have about the game.
There are a number of different ways to score and levels available. There are two cameras that track your darts and record your score. (Okay, so sometimes the cameras might mark down the wrong score – but you can adjust this under the correct button on the touchscreen).
There are various darts games you can try like:
- Killer – a classic knock-out game. Hit your assigned target to win a shield
- Shanghai – The aim is to get the highest score at the end of 7 rounds. To win, you must hit the number presented each round. Round 1, number 1. Round 2, number 2. etc
- 201 – Start at 201 and try to count down to 0 points as fast as you can to beat your opponents. A shorter version of the classic 501.
- High Striker – Here you’ll need to get a better score than the previous player. If you can’t beat their score, you lose one life. Lose 3 lives and you’re done!
- Hoggern – our version of the popular dart game “Halve it”. Hit the area presented in each round. (Hit the 20 area first. In Round 2 hit the 19 area and so on.) If you miss all your darts, then your points will be chopped in half.
You might like to visit the Oche website to see the full rules of each of the different types of games.
What does Oche mean?
In a game of darts, the oche is the throw line or toe line behind which the throwing player must stand.
While you listen to some upbeat tunes, you can munch your way through the menu that is designed to be eaten with one hand and no cutlery. Perfect for non-stop darts action.
Chef Tom Swapp has designed dishes that celebrate local produce. Think tempting dishes like Popcorn Bekka Chicken, Chilli-Peanut Chicken Buns and Salt-Blocked Cobia. A highlight was the moreish Fried School Prawns in Tom Yum Dust. Don’t miss trying the Charred Lamb Cutlets with fenugreek, sumac and pickled peppers and the decadent Seared Wagyu Rump Cap with perilla, shredded daikon and onion cream. Vegetarians are catered for with the standout Roasted Broccoli with crispy rayu and broccoli lemon cream.
There is also a Charcuterie Board packed with grazing items featuring a selection of locally sourced, cured meats, preserves, pickles, bread and crackers.
We’re looking forward to trying the homemade pizzas, including:
- the Middle Eastern (confit onion, tomato, basturma, labne, pinenut and mint)
- the Hellfire (N’duja sausage, stracciatella, pickled peppers).
Although darts is best with 4 or 6 people, you can easily play with only two people or an odd number.
Open 7 days.
111 Constance St, Fortitude Valley, QLD 4006
Booking online or contact via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (07) 3556 1446