Our Survey Of The Landscape Around Twin Peaks

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The Adventure Begins in Tennessee!

We’ll open our first Nashville location in Brentwood in April and we’re on the hunt for talent to join the adventure.

We can’t wait to deliver what Nashville has yearned for in a sports restaurant: crave-able and high quality comfort food, an extensive selection of 29 degree draft beer served from a full-service bar, a lively patio, and the outgoing and beautiful Twin Peaks Girls. Our bold hunting lodge atmosphere will be punctuated by abundant high-definition televisions, making the location the ultimate sports-watching venue.

Becoming a Twin Peaks Girl means prime perks like flexible scheduling for school, a fun work environment with amazing tips, great perks, the privilege to wear the cute pro-cheerleader-inspired “lumber-jill” costume, and the chance to star in the national 2013 Twin Peaks Calendar.

Think you’ve got what it takes to be a Twin Peaks Girl? No previous restaurant experience is required. Stop by the new location Monday thru Saturday between 10am and 6pm. Applications are also being accepted for kitchen staff and the official April opening date will be announced soon. Find us at 1634 Galleria Blvd., just north of the Cool Springs Galleria in Brentwood.

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2 Responses to “The Adventure Begins in Tennessee!”

  1. Robert

    To who it may concern

    I have been to the Twin Peaks in Frisco, Tx quite offen and I did enjoy myself there very much–love the girls there and I hated to leave the Dallas area–but I am now working in the Altanta area and I was bum that there was no Twin Peaks here—nothing even close to the Twin Peaks pub–:( I hope one day to make it back to the Dallas area for work and I have been trying to get back but nothing yet—WISH THERE WAS ONE HERE



  2. Twin Peaks

    Hi Robert,
    Keep your eyes open for new scenic views in the Buckhead area
    in the next few months ; )!

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