Twin Peaks Restaurant wrapped up a successful second quarter in 2023 by hitting a major milestone, opening new locations, and ramping up for even more growth before the end of the year.
One part of that growth took place here in Delaware County.
Memorial Day weekend of 2023 will always be memorable for Twin Peaks as it celebrated the grand opening of its 100th lodge in the Indianapolis suburb of Greenwood, Indiana. It’s a milestone that Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel sees as the beginning of continued expansion for the brand.
“We take pride in knowing our customers and strive to keep giving them an experience that they can’t get anywhere else,” Hummel said. “Hitting the 100-lodge milestone in Q2 was an incredible feat. Our fans embrace our offerings, and our franchise partners and staff consistently deliver – that’s why we can continue to scale the brand so rapidly.”
Twin Peaks is set to reach 103 locations before the end of July and plans to open eight more restaurants in several new markets before the end of the year. The brand has set its sights on becoming the top sports bar in the country and anticipates expanding its footprint to 200 lodges by 2027.
Also opening in May and located at 1611 Polaris Pkwy., near Polaris Fashion Place, the new Delaware County lodge is operated by JEB Food Group and is a great spot to gather on game day to watch the Ohio State Buckeyes, Columbus Crew, Columbus Blue Jackets or any other Ohio team.
“Ohio is a hotbed for sports, so we’re excited to be opening our 99th location in Columbus,” said Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel. when it opened its doors. “There’s a reason fans here are so passionate about the Buckeyes, Blue Jackets and Crew and we’re ready to show them why Twin Peaks is the best sports bar in the country.”
With 69 TVs situated at every possible angle along with 32 beers – including both national and local favorites – on tap, fans will find the ultimate vantage point to watch their favorite sport, team or athlete. There is also be an outdoor patio with a fireplace, providing a place to relax on a cool spring or fall night and an individual “man cave” with its own TVs and fireplace to accommodate large groups.
Equally impressive, the lodge’s made-from-scratch kitchen is bursting with flavors with items such as a hand-cut New York Strip Steak, smoked, sauced and grilled wings, and its signature hand-smashed, seared-to-order burgers.