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Pickleball Meets Dining at Summerville: Play and Bliss

Pickleball Meets Dining at Summerville: As pickleball continues to dominate the sports scene, businesses customized around it are also thriving. Among the latest innovations is a pickleball-themed restaurant featuring nine outdoor courts, sparking conversations among enthusiasts and entrepreneurs. Located in Summerville, this expansive venue blending the excitement of pickleball with a cooking experience like no other. Patrons can indulge in a variety of house-made pickles, from zesty dills to vinegar-soaked jalapeños, while enjoying dishes crafted by renowned chef Roger Thomas. With its highlights on food and beverage excellence, this establishment aims to redefine relaxation and dining for pickleball enthusiasts and families.

Pat Duncan’s expansive new venture isn’t just another spot for pickleball enthusiasts. Spanning 40,000 square feet, The Pickle Bar is a culinary haven, having nine outdoor courts alongside its dining offerings.

Owner Duncan highlights that The Pickle Bar is first and foremost a restaurant, with pickleball courts as an added attraction. True to its name, the venue delights patrons with a variety of house-made pickles, ranging from zesty dills to jalapeños soaked in vinegar.

“We view ourselves as a bar/restaurant that happens to have pickleball courts, We pride ourselves on our food and beverage first.” – (Pat Duncan)

Heading the cooking team is Roger Thomas, known for crafting delectable dishes like charred romaine salads, grilled chicken with Hoppin’ John, loaded fries, and pork cutlet sandwiches. Duncan and his team aim to provide affordable dining experiences, envisioning that a family of four can enjoy both playtime and a meal for under $100.

Pickleball Meets Dining at Summerville 1

Operating hours are from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and extended to 11 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

Feature Details
Location Summerville, spanning 40,000 square feet with nine outdoor pickleball courts.
Focus Primarily a restaurant with pickleball courts as an additional attraction.
Pickle Offerings Eight types of house-made pickles, including spicy dills and vinegar-softened jalapeños.
Food Highlights Blistered romaine salads, grilled chicken with Hoppin’ John, loaded fries, pork cutlet sandwiches.
Affordability Goal Duncan aims for a family of four to play and dine for under $100.
Operating Hours 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday; 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.

 

News in Brief: Pickleball Meets Dining at Summerville

Pat Duncan’s new venture, The Pickle Bar, stands out as a pickleball destination and also a sprawling culinary haven in Summerville. Spanning 40,000 square feet, it boasts nine outdoor pickleball courts alongside its restaurant offerings. Duncan points out that food and beverage take center stage, with pickleball courts adding to its appeal.

The menu features a variety of house-made pickles and dishes crafted by Roger Thomas, including burnt romaine salads and loaded fries. Duncan aims for affordability, envisioning a family of four enjoying both playtime and a meal for under $100. Operating hours are accommodating, open until 11 p.m. on weekends.

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