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Twin Peaks Opens Ultimate Sports Lodge and Made-from-Scratch Kitchen in Chesterfield

St. Louis, MO (Aug. 15, 2016) – Twin Peaks has opened its latest sports lodge in Chesterfield serving made-from-scratch food, ice-cold beer and spirits in a friendly, high-energy atmosphere that offers the ultimate sports viewing experience. Located at 963 Chesterfield Center in St. Louis, the 7,700 square-foot restaurant, owned and operated by St. Louis Lodge Ventures, has brought 150 new jobs to the area.

“We are excited to bring our Twin Peaks hospitality to Chesterfield and the surrounding communities,” said Jon McGee, operating partner. “This is our second location in Missouri and we look forward to welcoming everyone to experience the restaurant.”

The principal owners of St. Louis Lodge Ventures also own and operate Twin Peaks restaurants in Independence, MO, Olathe, Ks and Wichita, Ks under KC Lodge Ventures.  Twin Peaks Chesterfield features 61 high-definition flat screen TVs, making it the premier sports viewing spot in the area. The made-from-scratch menu features hearty American favorites and tasty shareables to satisfy everyone at the table. A full-service bar pours 24 draft beers at an icy 29 degrees, and offers a wide selection of craft beers, signature cocktails and top-shelf spirits.

The restaurant is open Mon. through Thurs. from 11 a.m. to 12 a.m.; Fri. through Sat. 11 a.m. to 1:30 a.m.;  and on Sun. from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. For more information, call (636) 812-2505 or visit (St. Louis, MO).

  • About Twin Peaks

    Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville by restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon, Twin Peaks is the ultimate sports viewing lodge featuring made-from-scratch food, the coldest beer in the business, friendly servers and the latest in high-definition TVs. Twin Peaks has 77 locations in 24 states. For more information, visit Follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

    About St. Louis Lodge Ventures

    St. Louis Lodge Ventures is made up of experienced Kansas City restaurateurs Paul Khoury, Tom Petersen and Jon McGee, all of whom will have a hand in the restaurants’ management and operations. As co-founder of PB&J Restaurants, Paul Khoury spearheaded the development of six restaurant concepts throughout the Midwest, including the growth of Kansas City favorites Ya Ya’s, Paradise Diner and Newport Grill, as well as franchising Red Robin throughout the area.