Twin Peaks Coming to Tucson Because "Breastaurant"
Lumber-Jills at Twin Peaks, North Scottsdale
Because there's room in its push-up bra for everyone, Twin Peaks, the Dallas-based "breastaurant" chain (an actual term used to describe restaurants that employ scantily clad women as waitresses) is busting out with some news that it will put one of its franchises in Tucson.
But before that happens, it looks like the Old Pueblo will have to take a backseat while the Peaks take care of their favorite man-child in Arizona.
The self-proclaimed "ultimate man cave," Twin Peaks, featuring food, draft beer, and TVs in a mountain lodge setting, opened its first Arizona location in January in North Scottsdale, touting its server positions ("Lumber-Jills") as "dream jobs" in recruitment efforts.
Now, it appears Tucson's going to get a taste of the Twins.
The Arizona Daily Star reports Tuscon will get one of four Twin Peaks restaurants set to open in the state, but the where and when announcement likely will come after the opening of three others in the Phoenix area.
Sorry, Tucson. I guess when it comes to breastaurants, Phoenix gets fed first.
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