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Chicken N Pickle restaurant, entertainment venue coming to Fishers, IN

This unique venue will include a chef-driver restaurant and sports bar that also boasts pickleball courts and a variety of yard games.

Rendering of Chicken N Pickle location coming to Fishers, IN

Chicken N Pickle said it expects Fishers to receive 700,000+ annual visits and create more than 150 jobs.

Rendering via Chicken N Pickle

Think “Topgolf,” but for pickleball.

A unique venue with a focus on pickleball is coming to the Fishers District area.

The Kansas City, Missouri-based chain Chicken N Pickle said it plans to expand to Indiana with a Fishers location (east of I-69 between 106th and 116th streets) in late 2024.

This will be the farthest east the business has gone — it’s other locations can mainly be found in Texas.

The entertainment complex will feature bars, multiple dining areas on the main floor and rooftop, plus outdoor tables, numerous indoor and outdoor pickleball courts, and a variety of lawn games.

Chicken N Pickle said it expects the Fishers site to receive more than 700,000 annual visits and create more than 150 jobs.

Did you know: pickleball is the fastest-growing sport in America for a third year. According to Pickleheads’ statistics, Indianapolis is among the top 10 pickleball cities based on its 29 pickleball locations.

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