Twin Peaks is closer to completing the trifecta of attractions at Harmon Corner. The decolletage-focused chain, staffed by plaid-clad Lumberjills, leads the charge in the growing burgers and brews "breastaurant" genre.
The 14,200-square-foot, 400-seat Strip venture will become the largest of their two dozen nationwide locations. They bring to Las Vegas the added novelty of two, 39-feet high rock climbing walls.
The under construction Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. and Eli Roth's already debuted, year-round horror haunt, Goretorium will be their high-profile neighbors on the third floor of the retail center. All three tenants will offer patio dining or drinking. Twin Peaks' south-facing balcony provides a vista of Crystals and CityCenter, promising "scenic views" to rival the interior cleavage cavalcade.
While technically two stories, they've cropped the ceiling height to 20 feet to allow for the addition of a mezzanine. Also on tap, frosted mug beer served at 29 degrees to sup in front of 87 televisions. While Twin Peaks skews a dominantly youthful male customer base, they hope the unusual Las Vegas tourist demographic will help increase their female clientele.
A projected December opening has been quietly pushed back to an unspecified January launch date.
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