Twin Peaks "Breastaurant" Coming to Scottsdale, First of Many to Bust Into Arizona

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Watch out, Hooters. Move over, Tilted Kilt. Twin Peaks, the Dallas-based "breastaurant," an actual term used to describe restaurants that sport scantily clad women as waitresses, is busting into Scottsdale -- get it!? -- BUSTING!!!


Billing itself as, "the ultimate man cave," and featuring comfort food, draft beer, and TVs in a mountain lodge setting with "its most prized assets being the friendly, attentive, and beautiful Twin Peaks Girls," the first Twin Peaks in Arizona will be located at the corner of the 101 freeway and Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard (in the old Earl's restaurant.)

So, is this a good thing?

A press release noted the Scottsdale location is "meant to make a statement" and that it will be "the first of several Twin Peaks locations in the Phoenix-metro market."

What say you breastauranteurs? Is the addition of Twin Peaks good for the Valley? Let us know in the comments!

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