Great news for sports fans with the popular sports lodge Twin Peaks opening in Daytona Beach, Florida.
There is a new option for sports fans in Daytona Beach to catch their favorite teams while enjoying a beer and food, thanks to the opening of a new Twin Peaks restaurant today.
A ribbon curing ceremony with Mayor Derrick Henry was held at 4 pm today, followed by the lodge's opening to customers at 5 pm.
The new 10,700-square-foot lodge is located at 1571 Outlet Blvd., near the Tanger Outlets at Daytona Beach, less than four miles from Daytona International Speedway. The lodge features 82 TVs and a massive 345-inch LCD screen.
In addition, to the regular array of beers served at sports bars, Twin Peaks will offer customers rare bourbon, whiskey, or tequila poured over a crystal-clear ice ball.
"What better way to bring in the gorgeous spring Florida weather than with a grand opening celebration at our newest lodge in Daytona Beach? There’s no better place to watch a game than Twin Peaks, and local gearheads will learn that the same holds true for a race. And while we may have missed the Daytona 500, we’re sure to be the go-to spot for MLB action, NBA playoffs, and the rest of the racing season!” Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel.
The new Twin Peaks in Daytona Beach will be its tenth location in Florida and the 97th in the United States.
Twin Peaks Daytona Beach
1571 Outlet Blvd
Sunday to Thursday, 11 a.m. to midnight.
Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.
About Twin Peaks
Founded in 2005, Twin Peaks is nearing 100 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 the latest in high-definition TVs. At every Twin Peaks, guests are immediately welcomed by a friendly Twin Peaks Girl and served up a menu made for MVPs.
Are you glad to see Twin Peaks open in Daytona Beach? Will you watch a sports game at the new venue?
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