What a deal we gave all you scenic view
scavengers and ultimate adventure lodge seekers on The Real Black Friday!
This year, Twin Peaks Restaurants introduced a new way to celebrate Black Friday. We unleashed our riskiest all-black lingerie for this one day door buster costume party – and we sure did have them waiting at the doors.
Also, unveiled on this new style of Black Friday was our MAN CARD deal. Buy one hundred dollars in Man Cards get an additional twenty dollars on a bonus card which is only available while supplies last. See your local store for details.
We had some fun with this year’s first Real Black Friday… how about you?
Twin Peaks Restaurants has expanded its scenic views to Colorado Mills, Colorado!
This is the 17th ultimate adventure lodge, conveniently located just outside of Colorado Mills Mall. This location was in need of the crave-able and high-quality comfort food and the awesome selection of 29-degree beer that Twin Peaks has to offer. Colorado is just the place where a hearty and comfortable hunting-lodge atmosphere and playful, energetic Twin Peaks Girls can be appreciated. In fact, just for this location, the girls exhaustively rehearsed the fine art of “Tebow-ing” – a must for any self-respecting Denver-area sports restaurant.
We are pleased to welcome all the new talented Twin Peaks Girls, such as Heidi (right). But it isn’t too late to work it, girls! Auditions are still underway for local girls who want to enjoy flexible scheduling, great tips, and a fun and positive work environment!
Twin Peaks Colorado Mills is located at 14035 W. Colfax Drive, Lakewood, CO 80401. Hours are Sunday-Wednesday from 11AM-midnight and Thursday-Saturday from 11AM-2AM. For more information, call 303-278-8232 or visit its Facebook Page at www.facebook.com/TwinPeaksColoradoMills
We are shining the spotlight on one of our recently promoted Twin Peaks Girls (TPGs), Lindsay Fulmer! She is our new Front of House Training Coordinator. She is one of the many inspirational TPGs that have taken on the challenge of training our upcoming talent at each of the rapidly opening stores.
Lindsay has been strutting her stuff at our restaurants for over six years. Opening stores is a calling for Lindsay, who opened our first store as an original Twin Peaks Girl in Lewisville, TX. She was quickly promoted to the bar after guests noticed her brilliant smile and funny jokes.
You may also recognize Lindsay from one of your local stores! After her first three years at Lewisville, she went on to work at our Plano, TX location, and then at our flagship location in Addison, TX. She began her next career step as a manager in Addison after graduating from Texas Women’s University with a degree in Business and English. As Twin Peaks busted out across the nation, her job quickly was enhanced to Training Coordinator for the new openings.
Lindsay does miss the TPG costume, though: she wore her plaid proudly and misses rockin’ it during shifts full of regular guests! When asked for Lindsay’s favorite part of her new job she said, “I cannot begin to explain how incredibly amazing it is to grow with this company. Being able to contribute what I actually lived and experienced to enhance the concept is the most rewarding part of my job. We are such a unique brand, and I love developing our most vital role, the Twin Peaks Girl.”
Active-duty U.S. military and vets: Ten-hut! This Veterans Day, Nov. 11, fall in to any of Twin Peaks Restaurants’ 15 locations in five states for a free entrée! It’s our humble way of thanking our soldiers – and of serving those who’ve served!
Military personnel must show proper ID or paperwork to receive the free dine-in entrée, up to $10.
“The brave men and women in our Armed Forces do so much for us,” said Twin Peaks’ CEO and founder Randy DeWitt. “This is our small gesture to show our gratitude for their hard work and dedication. Many of our Girls have active or retired military in their family, and we all wanted a way to thank them for their service.”
Twin Peaks’ support of the military includes regularly sending Twin Peaks Girls to DFW International Airport to greet soldiers returning home and shipping Twin Peaks Calendars to U.S. troops stationed overseas.
Come make your mess up at Twin Peaks this Friday, soldiers. You deserve it!
Twin Peaks Restaurants loves fast, powerful things. We know our guests love them, too; that’s why our Thursday-night Bike Nights, Bikini Car Washes, and regular weekend car shows draws hundreds out of the fast lane for a Twin Peaks pit stop!
Even the pros come by all the time. Robert Richardson Jr., lead driver for R3 Motorsports, which runs two cars in NASCAR’s Nationwide Series, is a Twin Peaks regular when he’s home in McKinney. When we heard that R3 would be running Richardson’s No. 23 Tia Rosa Tortilla/Takis Chevrolet in the O’Reilly Auto Parts Challenge at Texas Motor Speedway on Nov. 5, we decided to welcome his entire team to North Texas with a pre-race dinner at Twin Peaks Lewisville!
The Twin Peaks Girls suited up for speed in race driver-inspired outfits to honor Richardson as well as ex-NASCAR Rookie of the Year Scott Riggs (who drives R3′s other car, the No. 03 McKinney Pipe and Steel Chevrolet) and the team’s pit crew and management. Though the team loved Twin Peaks’ rugged and comfortable adventure lodge decor and the Girls’ friendly and attentive service – Riggs, who had never been to Twin Peaks, thought the the Girls’ racy costumes were our regular get up (and he was very appreciative!) – it was our hearty, made-from-scratch food that won the team over!
“I love the atmosphere at Twin Peaks,” said Richardson, who ordered the Homestyle Meatloaf though his favorite dish is our Texas Style Philly Cheesesteak sandwich. “I’m an avid outdoorsman, and before Twin Peaks came along, I’d always wanted a hunting lodge-themed place to go to. Now it’s here, and it’s really good, and it’s spreading like wildfire, which is great to see because it’s a great place to eat.
“Everybody in NASCAR loves these restaurants, but we don’t get to go much because there’s rarely one nearby in the cities that we race in.”
Well, Robert, we’re on our way to changing that! Stay tuned, race fans!
Though guests at Twin Peaks revel in the restaurant’s rustic mountain lodge trappings, we’re actually a forward-thinking place. Our custom-installed state-of-the-art audio and video systems, as well as our stout satellite package and free WiFi, exemplify this – few sports restaurants are wired like Twin Peaks is!
Like a good mountain lodge, we plan on being around a while – but because our customers demand it, we’re always on the lookout for ways to stay current. That’s why we’re amping up select Twin Peaks locations with electric-vehicle charging stations!
Each equipped restaurant will have a pair of Blink L2 Pedestal units supplied and installed by The EV Project, a $230 million initiative funded by both the U.S. Department of Energy and corporate and private partnerships to jump-start America’s EV-specific infrastructure. The EV Project had already installed thousands of stations in nearly 20 cities and seven states, and a nationwide push begins early next year.
“We’re really proud to offer these stations for our customers’ use,” said Twin Peaks co-founder and CEO Randy DeWitt, who himself owns an EV: a 2011 Chevy Volt. “Twin Peaks prides itself on innovation and long-term thinking as well as focusing on our customers, and electric vehicles will only become more popular from here forward. It made total sense to install them now so we’re equipped for the future.”
Blink stations allow EV drivers to charge their vehicles using a variety of payment methods, from standard credit transactions and Blink Membership cards that offer reservation capability and rate discounts to coming key fobs and smartphone apps. Blink Membership cards are available at Blink station-equipped Twin Peaks locations.
Three EVs made by major automakers, the Volt, the Nissan LEAF and the Smart ED, are now available in America in addition to those by specialty makers such as Tesla and Fisker. EVs by Ford, Mitsubishi, Toyota, MINI and other marques will hit the U.S. in the coming years.
Twin Peaks in Frisco, Mesquite and Webster now have Blink stations; the Plano, Lewisville and Kirby (Houston) restaurants will have them installed by the holidays, with more locations coming. Own an EV? Get up to Twin Peaks to take advantage of our shameless plugs!
Sometimes, when it comes to the undeniable allure of the Twin Peaks Girls, less is more. (But not too much less, right, guys?).
Seriously: day in and day out, many of the Girls gladden our guests with huge helpings of vivaciousness, playfulness, and charm. But some provide the same high level of service with a more understated approach because, well, they have a something. Pizazz. Magnetism. Glamour.
Meet Roxy, one of the Twin Peaks 2012 Calendar Girls and a prime example of a “Glamour Girl” at our flagship location, Twin Peaks Addison! This video footage of her safari-themed Calendar shoot shows it all: the way she talks, moves, and interacts is relaxed and cool, but she still manages to compel you! (Plus, you get a peek at her skills as a salsa dancer, which is her big hobby!).
We think going on safari with Roxy would guarantee a shot at some wild game, don’t you?
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As any fan of our ultimate adventure lodges can imagine (and they are imaginative!), the Twin Peaks Girls saved some of their most creative looks for the latter half of the eight-day Twin Peaks Halloween Costume Party. It was an eye candy free-for-all!
On top of the fierce bullet-belted warrior queens, cute ‘n’ cuddly bunnies, ice-cold brew-slinging ma’am-witches, and other characters that proved popular with the Girls, we spied a quartet of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders at Twin Peaks Plano, a quite mature Little Red Riding Hood at Twin Peaks Albuquerque, a fit-to-be-tied representative of the Fashion Police (we think!) at Twin Peaks Omaha, the Cookie Monster’s ballerina-babe sister at Twin Peaks Webster, and a stunning Native American princess at Twin Peaks Tulsa.
What was the best Halloween costume you saw on a Twin Peaks Girl this Halloween season? Let us know in the Comments below, Peaksters!
C’mon, guys: you knew that the Twin Peaks Girls were going to do themselves up all-out during the Halloween Costume Party! After all, they get to choose the costume for this eight-day come-as-you-aren’t event, and when you’re as playful and confident as the Girls are, some of the outfits will be wild!
In just the first three days, we’ve seen these comely creatures around:
- A princess waving her wand in an attempt to make a bad, bad schoolgirl do good (above left, from Twin Peaks Tulsa)
- Two of Rambo’s daughters in full camo warrior garb and doing battle in the wilds outside Twin Peaks Round Rock (above center)
- A colorful, cheerful clown at Twin Peaks Webster who couldn’t possibly induce nightmares about clowns. Just dreams here, guys! (above right – nice whoopee cushion placement!)
- An angel with the kind of aura that makes a pair of devilish sidekicks at Twin Peaks Frisco very envious (left)
In this picture alone (right) we’ve got a nurse, another angel, a bumblebee, a couple of felines, and a trio of cowgirls! We’ve also seen baseball players (hey, it is World Series time!), sailors, umpires, and police officers in decidedly unofficial uniforms.
There’s even a few foxes wandering around most Twin Peaks locations through Halloween. (Well, OK: foxes always roam our ultimate adventure lodges. What can we say? We attract them!).
The only question now is: what outfits are the Girls saving for Halloween weekend? Get up to Twin Peaks and find out – come go haunting with us!
Want a hot date with a model Twin Peaks Girl? No problem: the Twin Peaks 2012 Calendar makes it possible, and it’s now available at any Twin Peaks location or online here!
Camp Run Amok, Twin Peaks Restaurants’ annual showcase of the ultimate sporting lodge’s most visible assets, was officially released at an Oct. 22 Launch Party at the original location in Lewisville, Texas. Dressed to impress in cocktail dresses and given the red carpet treatment at the six-year-old restaurant, the 2012 Calendar Girls cheerfully signed copies and greeted dozens of fans during the event, which coincided with a record-setting World Series Game 3 that proved nearly as mesmerizing to guests as the evening’s honorees.
During the event, each Calendar Girl also had framed and signed poster-sized prints of their Calendar photo up for silent auction, and raffles and giveaways were held for NASCAR pit passes, Dallas Cowboys tickets, and a centerpiece of Twin Peaks’ hunting lodge decor: the original Twin Peaks canoe, which the winner took home straight from Twin Peaks Lewisville’s rafters! Proceeds from the event were donated to Susan G Komen for the Cure as part of Twin Peaks’ “Save Second Base!” Breast Cancer Awareness Month campaign.
Not only is the Twin Peaks 2012 Calendar stuffed with gorgeous images of more than two dozen Twin Peaks Girls at a private Texas Hill Country resort, but beneath that prime dating material lays nearly $200 in food offers that can pay for the $19.95 calendar many times over!
See behind-the scenes footage of the 2012 Calendar shoot at Twin Peaks’ YouTube Channel here, and visit Twin Peaks Restaurants on Facebook here for more peeks at Camp Run Amok!