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Twin Peaks is bringing more scratch-made food, ice-cold beer and scenic views to Las Vegas!
Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel announced the first week of November that the company signed an area development agreement with franchise group VegasTP Inc. to develop three lodges in Las Vegas and Reno. Franchisees Mohit Mal and Aman Singh have a combined 20 years of experience in the industry and between the two they currently operate 10 7-Elevens, two Earl of Sandwich franchises and one Baja Fresh Mexican Grill.
“We’re excited to have Mohit and Aman expand Twin Peaks’ presence in Las Vegas and Reno,” Hummel said in a statement. “We look forward to working with VegasTP to bring our one-of-a-kind experience to more residents and visitors of this great city. Nothing beats Twin Peaks’ 29-degree beer and scratch-made food paired with every play from the biggest games on TV, and Mohit and Aman are experienced, successful operators who will make these locations special.”
VegasTP Inc plans to open locations across Centennial, Uncommons and Summerlin with its first location expected to debut in April of 2023. The three new locations will feature gaming machines and a Hookah & Bourbon Bar.
“Mohit and I can’t wait to add the Twin Peaks brand to our portfolio,” Singh said. “We’re especially excited about our plans to add gaming machines and the Hookah & Bourbon Bar. We love going to the Henderson location for quality food and a great atmosphere and knew it was time to bring Twin Peaks to more people across the Vegas area.”
Twin Peaks was founded in 2005 in Dallas. Twin Peaks now has 84 locations in the US and Mexico. Twin Peaks is a sports lodge featuring made-from-scratch food and cold beer, and the latest in high-definition TVs.