ST CHARLES, Mo. — Chicken N Pickle, a pickleball-focused dining and entertainment complex, said its St. Charles location will offer a new design concept than the Kansas City-based company's prior locations.
The St. Charles venue will be organized into five different sections: a restaurant, an indoor club with six pickleball courts, a game pavilion with four open-air courts (two covered and two uncovered), a retail and micro-kitchen called "the canteen" and an open yard in the center that will function as a connection point between the other sections, the company said in a news release.
“The yard is a multi-dimensional space that can transform throughout the year for outdoor games, live music, watch parties, winter ice skating and more,” according to a statement.
The design was created to “maximize visibility and engagement for all guests” by taking inspiration from the “American Town Square, arranging all activations around the central-tree lined courtyard at the heart of the experience,” according to a press release.
The Kansas City location of global architecture firm Populous is working on the design of the location. Bill Crooks, chief experience officer of Chicken N Pickle, said in a statement that the partnership with Populous is what enabled the company to make the design change to better express the brand and the values it holds.
For the full story and more photos of what the entertainment complex will look like, read this story on the St. Louis Business Journal website.