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The nationwide bar and grill Twin Peaks will significantly expand its Central Florida footprint with four new locations, according to a recent press release.
The expansion will be led by franchisee Ricky Warman, bringing his Orlando area total to seven Twin Peaks location — given his previously signed agreement for three other locations on the eastern Florida coast, Warman will soon have ten locations under his helm.
“After seeing our initial success with Ricky’s involvement in Fort Myers, I knew we made the right decision to have him join the Twin Peaks family,” Twin Peaks CEO Joe Hummel said. “He brings that special something that we look for in franchisees and knows how to connect with his management, staff and guests so they enjoy being at the lodge whether they’re working or having a good time with family and friends.”
Defining the brand and its dining experience, the press release states:
“Twin Peaks offers more than just wall-to-wall TV coverage of every major sporting event, tournament, game and fight. In addition to Twin Peaks’ wide selection of draft favorites, the robust beverage menu has something for everyone, whether it’s a rare bourbon or tequila poured over a crystal-clear ice ball or a hand-crafted cocktail. Add in a made-from-scratch kitchen bursting with flavors with menu items including, hand-smashed burgers seared to order, beer-battered chicken tenders, a perfectly hand-trimmed New York Strip steak and service from the impeccable Twin Peaks Girls.”
What Now Orlando reached out to Ricky Warman to inquire about the other potential locations, but he was not immediately available for comment. As of now, the only known locale is Daytona.