Twin Peaks

Music City Consulting plans to open at least one new lodge every year in areas including Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville, and Raleigh.

Twin Peaks Signs Deal to Expand in North Carolina

Twin Peaks Restaurant is bringing its one-of-a-kind sports watching paradise and lodge experience to more fans in North Carolina.

Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel announced that the brand has executed an area development agreement with Music City Consulting to open eight franchise locations in The Tarheel State. Music City Consulting plans to open at least one new lodge every year in areas including Charlotte, Durham, Fayetteville and Raleigh.

Music City Consulting is an experienced Business and Restaurant Consultation Firm with members who have successfully operated additional restaurant concepts throughout North and South Carolina.  The Firm became attracted to Twin Peaks’ branding, atmosphere and successful business model. The eight new locations will join three existing lodges in the state, located in Concord, Jacksonville and Winston-Salem.

“We’re excited to partner with Music City Consulting and grow our presence in North Carolina,” Hummel says. “Music City Consulting brings area expertise that we look for in new franchisees and we can’t wait to bring our ultimate sports lodge experience to more communities in North Carolina. Twin Peaks will make sure that Hornets, Hurricanes, Panthers and local college fans won’t miss a second of their beloved teams’ games.”

Twin Peaks offers more than just wall-to-wall TV coverage of every major sporting event, tournament, game and fight. In addition to Twin Peaks’ wide selection of draft favorites, the robust beverage menu has something for everyone, whether it’s a rare bourbon or tequila poured over a crystal-clear ice ball or a hand-crafted cocktail. Plus, the made-from-scratch kitchen is bursting with flavors with items such as hand-smashed burgers seared to order, beer-battered chicken tenders, in-house smoked favorites and game day shareables for the whole crew.

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