- The Twin Peaks restaurant at Harmon Corner includes a 39-foot rock climbing wall.
- A buzzer will be placed at the top of the wall to encourage competitive race climbing.
- The outdoors motif extends to the decor.
- The three floors restaurant includes a mezzanine and an outside patio.
- The front entrance will feature video signage.
- The patio seating looks out onto the Strip.
- Antler and twig chandeliers and pine cone sconces illuminate the space.
The first reveal of the 39-foot rock climbing wall at the first Las Vegas location from the breastaurant chain Twin Peaks shows the company hasn't skimped on bringing their outdoors motif to the Strip. The 14,200-square-foot, 400-seat restaurant still plans to open on March 4 with three floors of man-centric dining, including a mezzanine.
But the rock climbing wall will be the main talking point. Plans include installing buzzers at the top of the structure to encourage competing climbers to race for bragging rights. On terra firma, the chain offers comfort food and beer served at 29 degrees with names like the Dirty Blonde or Knotty Brunette.
Staff are called Lumberjills and their plaid uniforms are deliberately designed for maximum cleavage enhancement. The woodsy concept includes antler and twig chandeliers and art with a hunting theme.
The 737-square-foot patio on the third floor of Harmon Corner, features direct views of the Las Vegas Strip and CityCenter. Elsewhere, all sightlines are covered by 87 HDTVs. This will become the largest restaurant in the two dozen plus locations of this Texas-based chain.
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