Twin Peaks Menu & Prices

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If you like delicious food, watching sports, and ice cold beer, then you must take a look at the Twin Peaks menu prices and offerings! You can always count on them to serve up some great food while watching the latest game.

Twin Peaks locations worldwide, with the majority of the restaurants being in the United States. You’ll be happy to know that they have locations scattered throughout the West Coast, Midwest, and the East Coast.

The best part about the food at Twin Peaks is that it is always made-to-order. Nothing says yum like a freshly made burger or buffalo wings.

Without further ado, take a look at the menu below and start deciding what you’re going to order the next time you’re there!


FoodSizePrice

Bites

Buffalo Wings$8.99
Bacon Jam Slider$8.99
Buttermilk Chicken Sliders$8.99
Billionaire's Bacon$4.99
Triple Play$7.99
Mozzarella Cheese Bites$6.29
Fried Pickle Basket$5.99
Chipotle Queso & Chips$6.29
Peaks Sampler$12.29
Chicken Tenders$8.49
Blackened Chicken Quesadillas$8.79
BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos$8.99
Double Stacked Nachos$9.99

Hot Dishes

Mom's Pot Roast$14.29
Beer Battered Fish & Chips$8.49
The Catch$13.99
Chicken & Shrimp Combo$12.49
Ribeye13 oz$24.99
Chicken Fried Steak Or Chicken$13.49
Sirloin Steak10 oz$16.99
Spicy Chipotle Chicken$11.79

Salads & Soups

Crispy Buffalo Chicken Salad$10.99
Chicken Cobb$10.99
Steak Salad$12.79
The Greek$9.79
House Salad$2.99
Venison ChiliCup$5.79
Venison ChiliBowl$6.99
Green Chile Chicken Soup$3.99
Blonde Bean & Bacon Soup$3.99

Handhelds

Burgers

Cheese Burger$8.79
Avocado Smash Burger$9.99
Smoky Sweet BBQ Burger$8.99
The Hangover$9.79
Billionaire's Bacon Burger$12.99

Sandwiches

The Sicilian$9.49
Turkey Avocado Smash$9.99
Ol' Fashioned B.L.T$9.99
Philly Cheese steak$9.49
Blackened Fish Tacos$9.29
Chicken Ranch$9.49

Sweet Things

Twin Peaks Sundae$6.49
Bread Pudding$2.99

Sides

Grilled Asparagus$2.29
4 Cheese Smoky Mac N' Cheese$2.29
French Fries$2.29
Sweet Potato Succotash$2.29
House Made Garlic Mashed Potatoes$2.29
Sautéed Green Beans$2.29
Sautéed Broccoli$2.29
Herb Roasted Potatoes & Carrots$2.29
Sweet Potato Fries$2.29

Popular Menu Items

Twin Peaks is all about comfort food and they are proud to declare that all of their food is prepared from scratch. On top of that, they boast the coldest beer around – so it’s a great place to enjoy a hearty meal while you have a few drinks with friends.

The restaurant has plenty to offer in terms of menu items such as BBQ Pulled Pork Nachos, Green Chile Chicken Soup, Chicken Fried Steak, Ribeye Steak, and Blackened Fish Tacos. They also offer Bread Pudding and a Twin Peaks Sundae for dessert to complete your meal.

While the menu has a variety of different offerings, there are some options that guests love to come back to time and time again. If you are interested in trying some of the most popular items, here are three must-trys:

Mom’s Pot Roast

This scrumptious pot roast will remind you of the home cooked meals your mother used to make. Slow cooked and smothered in brown gravy, this dish is served with herb roasted potatoes, carrots, and sautéed green beans.

Buffalo Wings

Wings come in orders of 6, 12, or 18 and your choice of boneless or regular. Flavors are plentiful and you can choose from BBQ, Jalapeno Butter, Lemon Pepper, Spicy Cajun, Garlic Parmesan, just to name a few.

Billionaire’s Bacon Burger

A burger for a billionaire is sure to gain anyone’s attention! Throw on a little bacon on top for a burger that you just can’t say no to. It’s also filled with lettuce, tomato, bacon beer mustard, and bacon mayo.

Twin Peaks’ History

Randy Dewitt founded Twin Peaks, the first restaurant opened in 2005 in Lewisville, Texas. A restauranteur, his goal was to create a restaurant and sports bar that offered a mountain lodge theme. They channel Hooters with their servers – attractive waitresses.

True to the chains name, Twin Peaks pours beer into a frosted mug that’s chilled at 29 degrees so ice crystals form at the top of the glass.

The chain has expanded since 2005 with locations across the U.S., but most you’ll find in Texas.