Round Rock, Texas — The Twin Peaks restaurant in Round Rock, Texas, which first opened in 2008, recently reopened after a significant remodel.
Twin Peaks updated its interior to provide the best experience possible for its guests. Restaurant renovations include a complete revamp of the bar for more seating, an increase of beer taps from 12 to 24 and expanded bourbon and whiskey offerings. In addition, dining areas have been updated with larger communal tables, a modernized furniture and décor package and completely remodeled restrooms to include all new modern finishes.
The restaurant’s ‘man cave’ also received an upgrade to include a lounge area with oversized leather arm chairs. Out front, the Round Rock store received Twin Peaks’ signature staple: the large elk sculpture welcoming guests in the door.
The Twin Peaks exterior now boasts a patio with upgraded furniture that includes mixed seating with Jeep seats, keg stools and a round fire pit. The patio is now enclosed on one side to allow the dining room to flow out to the patio year-round.
The restaurant also upgraded its sports viewing experience with additional TVs, and AV packages are now enhanced with modern technology.
Twin Peaks Round Rock is celebrating the renovations with a re-grand opening party on July 10.
“We can’t wait to host a party and show our guests what the upgraded restaurant is all about,” says CEO Joe Hummel. “Our Round Rock restaurant has been an exceptional location for more than 10 years with a loyal guest following, so we saw the opportunity to reinvest to provide our guests an upgraded and modern experience. We began this journey with the remodel of the Lewisville location, and we’re looking forward to improving our guests’ experience at more locations across the country.”
Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville, Twin Peaks now has 84 locations in 26 states. For more information, visit www.TwinPeaksRestaurant.com.
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