Twin Peaks will open its Greenwood location on Friday, reaching a new milestone for the lodge-style sports bar with “scenic views.”
The Greenwood location for the Lewisville, Texas-based restaurant chain, whose tagline is “eats, drinks and scenic views,” will be holding a grand opening celebration from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday. The new lodge, located at 600 Greenwood Park North Dr., will be the chain’s 100th restaurant, according to a Twin Peaks news release.
“Known for its incredible access to sports, recreation and shopping, Greenwood will now forever be known as the spot for Twin Peaks’ monumental 100th lodge,” company officials said.
Known for female wait staff who wear denim shorts and plaid crop tops, Twin Peaks features an atmosphere commonly compared to Hooters.
Menu items for Twin Peaks include burgers, flatbreads, tacos, wings, salads, soups and more. For desserts, the restaurant offers apple turnovers, a Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cheesecake and a Twin Peaks Sundae, the website says.
Construction for the Greenwood location has been ongoing for several months as the chain built its new location on the site of the former Logan’s Roadhouse at the north end of the Greenwood Park Mall.
Friday’s grand opening celebration will feature a meet-and-greet with Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Malik Turner and linebacker Segun Olubi, who will be onsite taking photos and signing autographs. Before this, a ribbon-cutting ceremony with Greenwood Mayor Mark Myers, city and county officials, Aspire Johnson County and Twin Peaks executives will take place, company officials said.
An axe-throwing competition will be facilitated by “Twin Peaks Girls,” with winners awarded swag and gift cards. Twin Peaks Girls will also be available for photos, according to the news release.
The celebration will also feature a DJ until 6 p.m., along with “The Ride with JMV” from 107.5 The Fan. “The Ride with JMV” will do a live remote broadcast from 3 to 6 p.m. and the first 100 fans in attendance will get “100th location” koosies exclusive to Twin Peaks Greenwood, company officials say.
Once the celebration ends, the restaurant will remain open until 1 a.m. Saturday. The restaurant’s normal hours will be 11 a.m. to midnight Sunday through Thursday, and 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. Friday and Saturday, company officials said.
Twin Peaks Greenwood will be the sports bar’s second Indiana location. In 2014, a Twin Peaks managed by Texas-based Avalanche Food Group opened near Interstate 69 and East 82nd Street in the Castleton area. Avalanche also manages the Greenwood location.