Twin Peaks Hits Accelerator on Mexico Expansion

Award-winning sports lodge celebrates 2023 growth with more to come in 2024

Twin Peaks Hits Accelerator on Mexico ExpansionDallas, TX  (  With a half-dozen sports lodges now open in Mexico, Twin Peaks Restaurant is quickly establishing itself as the go-to destination for scratch-made food, frosty 29° draft beer and attentive Twin Peaks Girls. In 2024, the brand’s growth is expected to continue.

This year, the brand opened two of its newest lodges in the greater México City area – first at the Portal San Ángel shopping mall in Mexico City and later Twin Peaks Oceania, inside one of the most popular shopping centers in the region, Encuentro Oceania Mall.

Twin Peaks now has six sports lodges throughout Mexico – five in México City and one in Cancún. Many more are set to come thanks to the brand’s healthy pipeline, which includes a 32-store development agreement for the country, the largest in the Twin Peaks’ system.

In 2024, the brand is set to open Twin Peaks Guadalajara, followed by three more lodges across Mexico City – bringing “la cerveza más fria de México” to even more Twin Peaks guests.

“Our Mexico expansion underscores our goal of bringing the ultimate man-cave experience to a global audience,” said Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel. “Whether they come to Twin Peaks for the delicious food and drinks, unmatched sports-viewing atmosphere or amazing Twin Peaks Girls, each of our lodges in Mexico is a great place to get together with friends!”

Twin Peaks Hits Accelerator on Mexico Expansion

Twin Peaks Hits Accelerator on Mexico Expansion

Twin Peaks’ scratch kitchen will continue to serve best-in-class food and live up to its nickname of ‘cocina desde cero’ with artisan flatbreads, a hand-trimmed New York Strip Steak and an in-house smoked menu featuring ribs, brisket and smoked and grilled chicken wings. The lodges also boast 16 beers on tap – more than many sports bar in Mexico City – featuring favorites from México and the United States – as well as countless tequilas, mezcal, whiskey and bourbon options to mix in hand-crafted cocktails, serve over an ice ball or shoot while watching a match at the bar.

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About Twin Peaks

Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville, Twin Peaks is rapidly approaching 115 locations in the US and Mexico. Twin Peaks is the ultimate sports lodge featuring made-from-scratch food and the coldest beer in the business, surrounded by scenic views and wall-to-wall TVs. At every Twin Peaks, guests are immediately welcomed by a friendly Twin Peaks Girl and served up a menu made for MVPs. From its smashed and seared-to-order burgers to its in-house smoked brisket and wings, guests can expect menu items that satisfy every appetite. To learn more about franchise opportunities, visit For more information, visit

Forward Looking Statements

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Lee Escobedo

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