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Stuffed Bison, Bears, Elk Inside Lodge-Like Twin Peaks

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The bar at Twin Peaks.
The bar at Twin Peaks.

[Photos: Chelsea McManus]

Take a look inside Twin Peaks, the new breastaurant that just opened at Harmon Corner. Inside, a lodge-like setting replete with stuffed bears, elk, deer and bison takes up 14,200 square feet over two stories with a mezzanine. The sports bar and restaurant features 87 televisions with a pyramid of TVs over the bar that gives views up to the mezzanine.

The largest restaurant in the Twin Peaks chain also features what may be the first indoor rock climbing wall inside a restaurant. Look for a menu filled with man-sized comfort foods such as slow-roasted rib eye pot roast, chicken fried steak that measures 8 inches by 14 inches and grilled meatloaf. Mounds of cheesy chili mac and barbecue pulled pork nachos also make the menu, which features less than 30 items. Only ice cream, French fries and beer find a home in the freezers here; everything is made to order fresh including the barbecue sauce and ranch dressing.

The most expensive item on the menu, the Peaks sampler, clocks in at $20.05, making this a bargain for the Strip.

Behind the bar, find 28 beers including Twin Peaks' own Dirty Blonde, an American wheat, and Knotty Brunette, a maple nut brown ale, brewed in Denver for the chain. A keg system here keeps beers at 29 degrees so when they're poured, they turn into a frosty slush.

On the upper level, find a bar, patio overlooking the Strip and the man cave, the private dining room. Downstairs find the largest merchandise stand in the chain filled with T-shirts, shot glasses and more. Lumberjills, the name used for the bevy of buxom babes working at this joint, greet guests in a flock on every level.

The chain already has plans to open two additional Vegas locations in Summerlin and Henderson within the next 18 months.

Twin Peaks Las Vegas is open Sunday through Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. and Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.
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