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Combination pickleball, bar, and restaurant planned for Brentwood

Crush Yard, a pickleball club (and more), is preparing to sign a lease on a space at Brentwood Place with hopes to open in early 2025.

Multiple empty pickleball courts in an open room.

What better time to pick up pickleball?

Photo via Crush Yard

Dink and drink with friends. You’ll be crushing the competition on the court when a new pickleball facility lands in Brentwood.

Crush Yard, a combination pickleball club, bar, and restaurant, is preparing to sign a lease for a 33,000-sqft space at Brentwood Place with hopes to open by early 2025. The entertainment venue is expected to house eight indoor courts, a bar, and lower-level dining with capacity for 400+ guests.

🥗 It’s crunch time

Think: “Elevated pub.” That’s how the biz describes its restaurant and bar. Other locations offer a weekend brunch, lunch, and dinner with menu items like salads, sandwiches, fries, pretzel bites, and wings. Plus, self-pour taps of beer, wine, and cocktails.

🏓 Prepare to pickle

According to the website...

  • Cost: Court rental is $48/hour (discounts for members); balls cost $4 and paddle rental is $6/hour per paddle.
  • Memberships: Month-to-month memberships cost $121 and include access to the courts from 6 a.m. to close every day.
  • Hours: The business will open at 11 a.m. and close at 10 or 11 p.m.
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