Twin Peaks is bringing its scratch menu and 29-degree draft beer south of the border with its first Latin American locations.
The ultimate sports lodge has partnered with Operadora 2 Montes to bring eight Twin Peaks restaurants to Mexico City, with the first location estimated to open in November 2019.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to bring Twin Peaks to Mexico City,” says Rodolfo Garcia, CEO of Operadora 2 Montes. “There were several things that initially attracted us to Twin Peaks. The menu’s fresh products, ice-cold 29-degree beer, multiple TV-viewing design and beautiful Twin Peaks Girls all combine to create an unmatched experience that will be unique and very well received in Mexico. For most people, Twin Peaks will be a whole new experience, which makes it that much more exciting for us to bring it to the area.”
With its whole team from Mexico, Operadora 2 Montes will contribute the network it has developed to the Twin Peaks franchise.
“This is a huge accomplishment for Twin Peaks to sign its first Mexico franchise deal,” says Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel. “We couldn’t have asked for a better team to lead the way into Mexico than Operadora 2 Montes. The Twin Peaks experience is unlike anything in the area and is sure to be a huge success.”
Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville, Twin Peaks now has 83 locations in 26 states.
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