The new development will be located within the 8,000-square-foot Delaney Vineyards property in a shared space with the historic winery. Delaney Vineyards will remain operational.
“[Delaney Vineyards is] kind of a historical part [of Grapevine] and so we're really excited to kind of revamp it and help give it [a] new life,” said Rachel Santschi, director of public relations for Chicken N Pickle.
The main dining area will include bars, pavilions, multiple dining areas as well as a rooftop dining experience and outdoor tables. Pickleball courts, shuffleboard and bocce ball courts will also be available for guests.
As for dining, menu items will be responsibly raised, antibiotic-free and hormone-free, according to a news release.
“We couldn’t be happier to see Delaney Vineyards entering a new chapter with the addition of Chicken N Pickle,” said Grapevine Mayor William D. Tate in a release. “This property is instantly recognizable in our city, and Chicken N Pickle will be a premier family entertainment destination and a point of pride for us.”
The Grapevine location will be the franchise’s third location in Texas, with a venue in San Antonio that opened in 2020 and another in Grand Prairie slated to open in 2021. This will be the company’s eighth location nationwide.