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The Best Food at Twin Peaks

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Imagine a mountain lodge with a relaxed vibe, delicious comfort food, ice-cold draft beer, and a killer view of the latest sports events – that’s Twin Peaks in a nutshell!

Twin Peaks emerged onto the scene in 2005 to be the best sports bar by providing a unique atmosphere for sports lovers and food enthusiasts alike.

Beyond the awesome ambiance, the food steals the show at Twin Peaks.

Every item on the Twin Peaks menu is made from scratch, and the cooks go the extra mile to add a unique twist to familiar dishes.

From mouthwatering burgers and wings to sandwiches and salads, there’s a lot to cover on their food menu.

But if you’re looking for the best items on the Twin Peaks menu, here are the 20 most delicious dishes from Twin Peaks.

Grab your napkins, folks, because we’re about to embark on a drool-worthy journey!

20. Peaks Sampler

The Peaks Sampler is a crowd-pleaser and the perfect way to get the party started.

The dish is a mix of delightful munchies, combining fried pickles, buffalo tenders, and hand-cut mozzarella bites.

Every bite is an explosion of flavors.

The pickles bring a zesty zing, the buffalo tenders add a spicy kick, and the mozzarella bites are pure, gooey goodness.

And don’t forget about the dips – marinara, ranch, and blue cheese dressing add an extra dimension to each morsel.

If no one can agree on an appetizer at Twin Peaks, order the Peaks Sampler to make all your friends happy.

Nutritional Information:

1920 calories, 134g fat, 102g carbohydrates, 72g protein

19. “The Hottie” Jalapeno Popper Flatbread

This dish combines smoky flavors with a creamy texture and a spicy kick.

It features smoked chicken, Billionaire’s Bacon, and fresh jalapenos layered evenly on a flatbread.

The blend of mozzarella, cheddar, and parmesan cheeses offers amazing cheesy goodness, while the white sauce, parsley, crushed red pepper, and bacon ranch add even more flavor.

The Hottie Jalapeno Popper Flatbread is a combination of smoky, creamy, spicy, and zesty flavors that will leave you wanting more.

Nutritional Information:

1450 calories, 74g fat, 134g carbohydrates, 65g protein

18. Blackened Fish Tacos

The Blackened Fish Tacos are a delicious amalgamation of flavors on the Twin Peaks menu.

The wild-caught cod is blackened and paired with a housemade avocado smash, creating a beautiful, creamy base.

Along with the fish, a tasty mix of slaw, pineapple, sour cream, pico de gallo, and cilantro is wrapped in soft flour tortillas.

The jalapeno honey vinaigrette provides a tangy and sweet flavor with a slight spice.

Each bite is full of flavor, making it difficult to have only one taco!

Nutritional Information: (Without Tortilla Chips and Salsa)

640 calories, 30g fat, 63g carbohydrates, 30g protein

17. Loaded Fries – Hickory Smoked Pulled Pork

Twin Peaks’ Loaded Fries are smothered in hickory smoked pulled pork and drizzled with a smoky sweet BBQ sauce.

As if that’s not enough, the fries are garnished with cheddar, pepper jack, bacon bits, green onions, pico de gallo, and diced pickles.

Then the whole dish is topped off with a bacon ranch dressing.

Every bite of these loaded fries is a medley of flavors delectable to the last bite.

Nutritional Information:

1660 calories, 116g fat, 106g carbohydrates, 52g protein

16. Steak Salad

If you want to draw a balance between healthy and flavorful, try the Steak Salad on the Twin Peaks menu.

It has grilled sirloin steak as the main ingredient, along with a medley of mixed greens, carrots, pico de gallo, roasted corn, black beans, and pepper jack cheese.

The jalapeño honey vinaigrette adds a sweet and spicy note to the salad, creating the perfect finishing touch.

Nutritional Information: (Without Dressing)

530 calories, 24g fat, 39g carbohydrates, 42g protein

15. Mom’s Pot Roast

The Mom’s Pot Roast is a classic dish made by slow-cooking pot roast in brown gravy.

It comes with garlic mashed potatoes and sautéed green beans and evokes the warmth and homely feeling of Sunday dinners.

This simple comfort food is a must-try on the Twin Peaks menu.

It also goes well with a dark beer or a glass of red wine for that perfect pairing.

Nutritional Information:

980 calories, 64g fat, 46g carbohydrates, 47g protein

14. Apple Turnovers

Twin Peaks’ Apple Turnovers are so scrumptiously good!

They are made by using flaky pastry and a sweet apple filling.

Request a scoop of vanilla ice cream alongside to make it even more enjoyable.

This is the perfect dessert on the menu for people who are not too much into sweets but want something to clean their palate.

Nutritional Information:

1270 calories, 58g fat, 177g carbohydrates, 13g protein

13. Chargrilled Salmon

The Chargrilled Salmon is a standout dish on the Twin Peaks menu.

The beautifully grilled salmon fillet is enriched with chipotle butter and served with lemon garlic pilaf.

It’s a dish that marries the best of land and sea in a delightful culinary embrace.

If you’re worried that the salmon may taste fishy, the chipotle butter and lemon garlic flavors will surely put your fears to rest.

The pilaf is a great accompaniment, adding texture and flavor to the dish.

Nutritional Information:

820 calories, 50g fat, 43g carbohydrates, 52g protein

12. Twin Peaks Wings

When you order the Twin Peaks Wings, you can choose a sauce and a rub.

The sauce option includes Smoky Sweet BBQ, Bourbon Teriyaki, Garlic Parmesan, the Classic, Hot Honey, Spicy Thai Chili, Spicy Garlic, Nashville Hot, Pineapple Habanero, and the Reaper.

There are two seasoning options available: lemon pepper and spicy Cajun.

If you’re looking for a tangy and savory kick, the garlic parmesan sauce with a lemon pepper rub will give your wings a zesty lift.

Those who love spicy food should try the spicy Cajun rub with the daringly hot reaper sauce!

Nutritional Information: (Boneless 6-wings Without Sauce)

500 calories, 23g fat, 35g carbohydrates, 39g protein

11. 3-Cheese Mac N’ Cheese

Twin Peaks’ Mac N’ Cheese contains three types of cheeses to form a creamy and flavorful base.

Seasoned breadcrumbs are sprinkled on top for a satisfying crunch, and crispy bacon bits are added to make it even more delightful.

Although it’s a side dish on the Twin Peaks menu, I sometimes order it as my main entrée!

Nutritional Information:

500 calories, 31g fat, 40g carbohydrates, 15g protein

10. Pulled Pork Sandwich

The Pulled Pork Sandwich is a delicious marriage of textures and flavors.

The pulled pork is the star of the show here with its tender, juicy, and flavorful smokiness.

A layer of creamy coleslaw and pickles are added, and the sandwich is topped off with BBQ sauce that ties everything together.

Nutritional Information:

1120 calories, 49g fat, 125g carbohydrates, 39g protein

9. Cinnamon Toast Crunch Cheesecake

Imagine a rich, creamy cheesecake topped with RumChata sauce and whipped cream.

But wait, there’s more – it’s also crowned with Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal bits!

It’s a playful twist on a classic dessert, creating a grand finale that’s truly worth the wait.

Nutritional Information:

960 calories, 55g fat, 102g carbohydrates, 13g protein

8. The Hangover Burger

You don’t need a long night of partying to enjoy the Hangover Burger at Twin Peaks.

The combination of fried egg, bacon, American cheese, lettuce, tomato, red onions, and mayo makes this burger an absolute winner.

Each component plays nicely with the other, creating one of the best burgers on the Twin Peaks menu.

Nutritional Information:

980 calories, 68g fat, 44g carbohydrates, 41g protein

7. Hawaii Five-O Flatbread

Imagine a flatbread where each slice is an enjoyable bite of Hawaiian paradise.

Ham, spiced rum pineapple, bacon bits, and green onion blend beautifully, providing a savory-sweet base for the flatbread.

Then, mozzarella, parmesan, marinara, parsley, crushed red peppers, and hot honey sauce are added to finish this delicious dish.

If you’re a Hawaiian pizza fan, you’ll want to try this flatbread.

Nutritional Information:

930 calories, 26g fat, 125g carbohydrates, 49g protein

6. Street Tacos

You can choose between smoked brisket, chicken, or pulled pork when you order Street Tacos at Twin Peaks.

All three protein options are served on two warm corn tortillas.

The extra toppings include pico de gallo, diced onion, and cilantro for a refreshing contrast to the smoky flavor of the meat.

These yummy tacos come with fire-roasted salsa, habanero sauce, a lime wedge, tortilla chips, and a grilled jalapeno.

These are by far the best tacos on the Twin Peaks menu!

Nutritional Information: (With Smoked Brisket)

760 calories, 52g fat, 45g carbohydrates, 24g protein

5. Chicken Street Corn Salad

My favorite salad at Twin Peaks is their Chicken Street Corn Salad.

It includes grilled chicken, charred corn, lentils, Billionaire’s Bacon, and roasted jalapeños, which offer a variety of flavors.

The dish is accompanied by creamy lime vinaigrette and chili lime salt that add a tangy taste.

Additionally, tortilla strips provide a nice crunch to the salad.

Nutritional Information: (Without Dressing)

680 calories, 20g fat, 78g carbohydrates, 51g protein

4. Brisket Chili

The Brisket Chili is the best soup on Twin Peaks’ menu.

The rich brisket flavors blend seamlessly with the pepper jack cheese and red onions, creating a comforting bowl of goodness.

This chili is hearty and filling, perfect for a cold winter day.

I recommend ordering it with a side of crunchy tortilla chips to make it a complete meal.

For those who like a bit of heat, request to add diced jalapenos to the mix.

Nutritional Information: (Cup)

240 calories, 16g fat, 10g carbohydrates, 15g protein

3. Spicy Meatball Parmesan Sandwich

The Spicy Meatball Parmesan Sandwich features all-beef meatballs nestled in a bed of marinara sauce made with San Marzano tomatoes.

Topped with fresh mozzarella, parmesan, and parsley, it’s served on a toasted hoagie roll.

Every bite of this sandwich is an Italian feast, making it the best sandwich on the Twin Peaks menu.

Nutritional Information: (Without French Fries)

1270 calories, 85g fat, 75g carbohydrates, 48g protein

2. Sweet N’ Smoky Ribs

Twin Peaks’ Sweet N’ Smoky Ribs are made St. Louis style and come with their housemade smoky-sweet BBQ sauce.

The ribs are served with a side of 3 cheese mac n’ cheese and creamy coleslaw, completing the dish in a delectable way.

Depending on how hungry you are, you can order a half rack or a full rack.

Nutritional Information: (Half Rack)

1360 calories, 71g fat, 119g carbohydrates, 61g protein

1. Billionaire’s Bacon Burger

The Billionaire’s Bacon Burger is a titan of taste and presentation, triumphing as the best burger on Twin Peaks’ menu.  

Just the mountain-high stack of the burger alone draws your attention.

Aside from the delicious beef patty topped with sriracha pimento cheese, the highlight here is the Billionaire’s Bacon.

It’s downright scrumptious!

Adding to its opulence are the lettuce, tomato, beer mustard, and mayo.

This burger’s not just rich in name, it’s also rich in flavor!

Nutritional Information: (Without French Fries)

1030 calories, 60g fat, 85g carbohydrates, 37g protein


Whether you’re looking for an appetizer, a hearty meal, or an indulgent dessert, the Twin Peaks menu offers something for everyone.

The Peaks Sampler is a great dish if you want to taste a variety of appetizers. And the Billionaire’s Bacon Burger is a must-try menu item if you’re craving a delicious burger.

One thing is for sure; Twin Peaks offers some of the best icy cold drinks, delicious food, and a relaxed atmosphere that welcomes every guest!

Don’t forget to check out their Happy Hour to score some sweet deals!

About the Author

Lianne Fachetti is a content writer who adores food from all cultures. When she’s not working, she’s busy creating new recipes, trying out new restaurants, playing with her German Shepherd Max, and tending to her vegetable garden.


June 26, 2023