Kansas City Twin Peeks Keeps Abreast Of Trends Despite Change In Ownership

Skimpy clothes and chicken wings power this empire in transition.

Apparently this kind of joint (ew) remains strong amid a cultural shift. 

Let's define terms . . . 

A breastaurant is a restaurant that requires female waiting staff to be skimpily-dressed. The term dates from the early 1990s, after restaurant chain Hooters opened in the United States. The format has since been adopted by other restaurants, including Redneck Heaven, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, Twin Peaks, Bombshells, Bone Daddy's, Ojos Locos, Chula's, Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill, Racks, Show-Me's, Mugs & Jugs, and The WingHouse Bar & Grill.

These restaurants often use a sexual double-entendre brand name and may also have appropriate themes, both in decoration and menu. The restaurants may offer perks for customers, such as alcoholic drinks and flirty servers.

Thanks to the BEST & BRIGHTEST TKC READERS we double back to check the local angle and just a handful of deets on this switcheroo . . .

"Restaurants are all about the smallest little details that can make or break a guest experience," said Steven, adding that Wichita and Kansas City's love for sports makes them great markets for Twin Peaks and its sports lodge concept.

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KC Lodge Ventures sells Twin Peaks locations in KC area, Wichita - Kansas City Business Journal

KC Lodge Ventures LLC, an Overland Park-based business entity, has sold five Twin Peaks locations to a trio of Wichita entrepreneurs. Created by PB&J Restaurants Inc. in 2013 to operate the lodge-like bar and grill concept in Kansas and Missouri, KC Lodge Ventures is owned by Paul Khoury, Jon McGee and Tom Petersen.