Twin Peaks launches a new collection of homemade tacos

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The ultimate sports lodge features mini crispy beef tacos and a variety of street tacos with house smoked meats

April 08, 2022 // Franchising.com // DALLAS – Twin Peaks restaurant is turning up the heat with the launch of its new homemade tacos!

Perfect for sharing with friends in a lodge environment, guests can now indulge in the Crispy Mini Beef Tacos appetizer, consisting of three fried tortillas topped with spiced ground beef and topped with pepper jack, pico de gallo, cream sour and coriander. Customers can upgrade their plate and add additional mini tacos for a small fee. Plus, the new tacos are available for just $2 each during Happy Hour at participating locations.

Along with the new appetizer, Twin Peaks offers mouth-watering street tacos brimming with house-smoked meats, with the choice of smoked chicken, pulled pork, or brisket placed in three sets of warm, lined tortillas. The trios are then garnished with pico de gallo, diced onions and cilantro and are served with fire-roasted salsa, habanero sauce, tortilla chips, a wedge of lime and grilled jalapeño on the side . For those who want to try different variations, Twin Peaks allows customers to mix and match proteins.

Twin Peaks’ culinary team worked to bolster its roster of taco options and ensure that each new offering would effortlessly mingle with its range of premium beverages, including tequilas, tequila cocktails, margaritas or drafts at 29 degrees. New Crispy Mini Beef Tacos and a variety of Street Tacos can be paired with some of Twin Peaks’ new craft cocktails, such as the Margarita on “The Rock” – featuring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s Teremana Blanco. Or customers can choose from a selection of best-in-class tequila, including Casamigos Reposado, Cuervo Reserva de la Familia, Herradura Añejo, and Maestro Dobel Diamante. Some select lodges also offer rare tequilas that will catch the eye of any connoisseur, such as Avión Reserva 44 Extra Añejo, Clase Azul Reposado, Don Julio 1942 and Tears of La Llorona Extra Añejo.

“These tacos add a new dynamic to our line of handmade favorites,” said Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel. “And the tacos pair perfectly with our selection of premium drinks, especially our popular margarita options. We’re excited about this rollout which includes a shared appetizer option for the table and three variations of Street Tacos, giving our fans more ways to enjoy the lodge experience.

Twin Peaks offers more than traditional draft beer and bar food. The robust drink menu has something for everyone, whether it’s a rare bourbon or tequila poured over a scoop of crystal clear ice or a craft cocktail. Plus, the made-from-scratch kitchen is bursting with flavor with items like seared-to-order hand-smashed burgers, beer-battered chicken tenderloins, house-smoked entrees, and sharing dishes for the whole family. ‘team. Further enhancing its premium cuisine offerings, each Twin Peaks lodge is equipped with an in-house smokehouse to serve smoked menu items.

To order the new homemade tacos online at participating locations, visit https://twinpeaksrestaurant.olo.com/locations. For more information about Twin Peaks, visit twinpeaksrestaurant.com.

About Twin Peaks

Founded in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville, Twin Peaks now has 89 locations in the United States and Mexico. Twin Peaks is the quintessential sports lodge offering food made from scratch and the freshest beer in the business, surrounded by panoramic views and the latest high definition televisions. At each Twin Peaks, customers are immediately greeted by a friendly Twin Peaks Girl and served an MVP-designed menu. From its smashed and seared-to-order burgers to its house-smoked brisket, pork and wings, customers can expect dishes capable of satisfying any appetite. To learn more about franchise opportunities, visit twinpeaksfranchise.com. For more information, visit twinpeaksrestaurant.com.

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