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Keith Kaiser hits the courts at Goodbounce Pickleball Yard

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— WDRB.com

Pickleball-themed restaurant, bar coming to riverfront

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The building which will house the bar and restaurant of the new pickleball-themed venue near the riverfront.

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— Laurel Deppen

Pickleball-focused 'eatertainment' concept eyeing spot near Waterfront Park. What to know

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Pickleball is having a moment, and a new Louisville entertainment and dining development is looking to capitalize on the sport's popularity.

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— Matthew Glowicki

New pickleball venue opening on the riverfront in Louisville, KY

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A new pickleball + “eatertainment” venue is headed to an acre of land within the RiverPark Place mixed-use development at 1515 River Shore Dr., just east of the Big Four Bridge at Waterfront Park.

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New pickleball 'eatertainment' concept to open along Louisville riverfront

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If you haven't heard of pickleball by now in the city of Louisville, it's fast-growing in popularity with demand in the Metro for more options to play.

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— Curadhan Powell

New pickleball court concept coming to Louisville’s riverfront

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According to the Sports & Fitness Industry Association, pickleball is America’s fastest-growing sport, combining elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong.

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— Julia Huffman

Pickleball entertainment concept planned at riverfront near downtown Louisville

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A pickleball entertainment concept is planned at the riverfront near downtown Louisville.

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— WDRB Media

Riverfront pickleball court and dining concept in the works

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A new entertainment concept will tap into the surging popularity of pickleball. The idea centers on the creation of a 45,000 square foot facility offering pickleball courts, food and craft beer.

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— Brian Bennett