Our Survey Of The Landscape Around Twin Peaks

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Twin Peaks makes Restaurant Business’ ‘Future 50′ list

Twin Peaks is making it even harder for the restaurant industry to take their eyes off of our assets.

This week, Restaurant Business magazine named Twin Peaks to “The Future 50” — an independently tabulated list of the 50 fastest growing concepts with sales of $25 million to $50 million. Making the list at No. 41 in the magazine’s July 2011 issue, Twin Peaks’ crave-able food made from scratch, ice-cold draft beer, comfortable mountain lodge setting, and friendly and beautiful Twin Peaks Girls is getting noticed by just about everyone.

“With a ski lodge theme and its ‘Twin Peaks Girls’ servers, Twin Peaks quickly expanded from its original location,” the magazine states. “Twin Peaks dubs itself the ‘ultimate man cave,’ boasting that its beers are served at a frosty 29 degrees, its TVs are always tuned to the big game, portions are generous, and the servers are ever-attentive.”

Also named a “2010 Hot Concept!” by Nation’s Restaurant News, the rapidly expanding ultimate adventure lodge now has 15 restaurants in Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, New Mexico, and Kansas. Twin Peaks expects to open at least five new restaurants in 2011 and at least 10 more in 2012.

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Louisiana will score Twin Peaks’ Scenic Views next

Twin Peaks Restaurants is expanding into Louisiana with plans to open its first location in Baton Rouge later this year thanks to a new franchise agreement with local real estate developers Jim Clark and Cotton Lloyd.

“I’m very excited to introduce Twin Peaks to the Baton Rouge community,” said Clark, who expects to open the restaurant in November and has plans for another in New Orleans in 2012. “People love great food, cold beer, sports and the Twin Peaks Girls. There is no doubt in my mind that this restaurant will be wildly popular here.”

Named a 2010 “Hot Concept!” by Nation’s Restaurant News, Twin Peaks has 15 locations throughout Kansas, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas, and is scheduled to add at least five more by the end of 2011.

“Ever since we began franchising Twin Peaks we have had our eyes on Louisiana, because it’s a state that appreciates quality food, a great bar and attractive women,” said Twin Peaks CEO Randy DeWitt, who co-founded the concept in 2005 with Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market. “It was just a matter of finding the right franchisee, and we have found that person in Jim.”

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