Chicken N Pickle Plans First Nevada Location in Henderson

The Henderson location will comprise three acres of indoor and outdoor entertainment plus a casual restaurant and sports bar
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The city of Henderson announced yesterday that it will be home to Chicken N Pickle’s first Nevada location. Chicken N Pickle is a recreation-complex-meets-sports-bar, offering casual dining, drinks, and indoor and outdoor entertainment with an emphasis on the ever-more-popular pickle-ball. It is planning to open in Henderson in late 2023.

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“We are thrilled Chicken N Pickle will soon call Henderson home,” Richard Derrick, Henderson City Manager, said in a press release. “Not only will Chicken N Pickle offer a fun place for families and friends to gather, but it will also create additional jobs and reoccurring tax revenue that will continue to vitalize our economy.”

Opening at the corner of St. Rose Parkway and Maryland Parkway, Chicken N Pickle Henderson will occupy a “three-acre, multi-level property [that] will feature all the food and fun found at other sites, with the addition of a dog park.”

In addition to indoor and outdoor fun, Chicken N Pickle offers a chef-driven restaurant and sports bar, with a menu that “includes delicious, rotisserie dishes available in four seasonings along with pork and beef sandwiches,” plus “signature hand-cut fries and tots.”

“Our mission is to provide an atmosphere that fosters fun, friendship, and community and we are excited to bring that to more cities,” Founder Dave Johnson said in the press release.“We believe that bringing people together over a delicious, wood-fired rotisserie chicken, a cold beverage and some friendly competition can create unifying bonds that ripple throughout the community and beyond.”

Neil Cooney

Neil Cooney is a freelance writer. He has received an MFA in Creative Writing from Syracuse University, and his work has been published in the Masters Review. He lives in Nashville, TN, where he spends his free time cooking Korean food and studying chess.
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