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Pickle Pad Launches New Venue with Dining Concept: Pickleball Paradise

Pickle Pad Launches New Venue with Dining Concept: In the heart of Tallahassee, the unmistakable sound of pickleball meeting paddle echoes within the wall of  city’s  latest haven for enthusiasts of the sport as the pickle pad launches new venue with dining concept.

Enter “The Pickle Pad,” a groundbreaking franchise concept by Indoor Active Brands, which threw open its doors to pickleball aficionados on Monday, promising a blend of spirited competition and social camaraderie.

While the focal point remains the fast-paced racket sport sweeping the nation, The Pickle Pad is more than just a series of indoor courts, as highlighted in a recent announcement from the franchise.

Billed as an “eatertainment” venue, The Pickle Pad boasts “Crave Social Eatery,” a chef-driven restaurant, alongside a plethora of over 20 gaming options, ranging from social diversions to classic yard games.

Mike Rotondo, CEO of Indoor Active Brands, expressed his excitement, stating, “Our aim is to create the ultimate destination for exhilarating pickleball experiences in Tallahassee and beyond, as we continue to expand. We’re thrilled to offer this unforgettable experience to families, friends, and guests of all ages!”

“Our focus is on building the ultimate destination for outrageous pickleball fun in Tallahassee and nationwide as we expand,” said Mike Rotondo, the chief executive officer of Indoor Active Brands. “We cannot wait to bring this unforgettable experience to family, friends, and guests of all ages!”

Occupying a sprawling 27,000 square feet at 1925 N Monroe St., the facility promises an immersive experience for both seasoned pickleball players and newcomers alike. From instructional sessions to league play and even a state-of-the-art pickleball simulator, The Pickle Pad leaves no stone unturned in its quest to provide an exceptional pickleball journey.

But the fun doesn’t end on the court. When players seek respite, they can engage in a variety of leisure activities, from cornhole and foosball to darts, or indulge in culinary delights at Crave Social Eatery. The menu, tailored to suit an active lifestyle, features an array of light and fresh options, including smoothies, grain bowls, salads, flatbread pizzas, and customizable sandwich wraps.

“The Pickle Pad caters to both pickleball enthusiasts seeking competitive play and those looking to unwind in good company,” the announcement enthuses.

Pricing at The Pickle Pad varies according to time slots, with rates ranging from $20 to $40 per hour, ensuring accessibility for all enthusiasts.

  • Monday to Friday, (11 AM – 4 PM): $20/hour
  • Monday to Thursday, (4 PM – closing): $30/hour
  • Friday, (4 PM – Sunday): $40/hour

News in Brief: Pickle Pad Launches New Venue with Dining Concept

The Pickle Pad, a new 27,000-square-foot “eatertainment” venue in Tallahassee by Indoor Active Brands, combines pickleball courts with Crave Social Eatery and over 20 gaming options. CEO Mike Rotondo promises an unforgettable experience for all ages and skill levels.

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