Twin Peaks Sports Bar Grows Phoenix Footprint

The “ultimate sports lodge” has entered into an agreement to bring 3 more bars to The Valley.
Twin Peaks Sports Bar Grows Phoenix Footprint
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Twin Peaks—and for those of you who just went to David Lynch and Agent Dale Cooper, we have to stop you right there—the “ultimate sports lodge” offering eats, drinks, and scenic views (soapy trysts aren’t part of the eatery’s logo, but you never know…) will expand its footprint in the Phoenix area by adding three bars to The Valley.

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CEO of the popular sports bar, Joe Hummel, announced in a press release late last month an agreement with AZ Peaks Restaurant Group to add three new lodges in the next three years. AZ Peaks, owned by Carolyn Vangelos, Andy Bayless, and Jay Schneider, currently operates four Twin Peaks restaurants in the greater Phoenix area. “We look forward to growing our portfolio with the brand and introducing Twin Peaks’ acclaimed sports viewing experience to more of Phoenix,” Vangelos said in the press release.

The first of the three new lodges is slated to open in September 2022. In an email to What Now Phoenix Vangelos wrote the group is not yet ready to announce a location.

“We are so proud of the AZ Peaks Restaurant team and all of their success in The Valley,” Hummel said in the press release. “This franchise team is at the top of the game when it comes to franchise partners and never stop working towards more! The greater Phoenix community is just as lucky as we are to have such a committed group bringing the area go-to spots for primetime games, ice-cold beer and made-from-scratch food.”

Twin Peaks is known for its “Twin Peaks Girls” (okay, maybe not so un-Lynchian) and smashed and seared to order burgers.

Visit the bar online to learn more.

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Eve Payne

Eve Payne

Eve Payne is a freelance writer with an MFA in poetry from Syracuse University. In 2019, she received the Leonard Brown Prize for her poetry, which has appeared or is forthcoming in Colorado Review, The Adroit Journal, Nashville Review, and RHINO.
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