Restaurant and sports bar chain Twin Peaks opened its new West Chester Twp. location last month.
Located inside of Streets of West Chester, 9424 Civic Centre Blvd. in West Chester Twp., the 9,800-square-foot restaurant features 68 high-definition flatscreen televisions, 32 taps and a variety of beer and spirits.
It features multiple fire pits on an open-air covered patio.
Twin Peaks says its mountain lodge setting offers “a uniquely differentiated casual setting in an upbeat and comfortable atmosphere.”
“It’s that perfect storm …. that people want when they go out, especially men going to a sports bar,” Ed Williams, partner of franchisee JEB Food Group LLC, previously told this news outlet. “You want to be greeted by good-looking, professional servers, you want to be able to see every major sports (event) you can at any given time and you want to have great food while you’re doing it, and ice cold beer.”
The new restaurant replaces Champps, which shut its doors in 2015. To view the menu for the West Chester Twin Peaks, click here.
Hours are 11 a.m. to midnight Sundays through Thursdays and 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Happy hour weekdays runs from 2 to 6 p.m. and features $3.99 “Man Size Twin Peaks Brews,” house wine, wells and select appetizers. The same specials are offered from 10 p.m. to close Sundays through Thursdays.
On weekends from 11 a.m. to close, Twin Peaks offers a $14 domestic beer bucket (5 beers) and a $17 import beer bucket (5 beers). Every day specials from 11 a.m. to close include $2.99 “Man Size” PBR drafts and $3.99 and $4.99 “Value Shots.”
Twin Peaks launched in suburban Dallas in 2005. The opening of the new location gives it 85 locations in 26 states.
JEB Food Group has signed agreements to develop seven Twin Peaks locations over the next six years in a market area that includes Cincinnati, Dayton, Columbus and Florence, Kentucky, Williams said
The food group’s next two Twin Peaks locations will be in Dayton and Columbus, he said.
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