Sure, it’s a sports bar with some eye candy to enjoy, but Twin Peaks also serves its customers hearty meals made from scratch. Next time you head there for beers and all the sports you can handle with your best buds, have the buttermilk sliders — batter-fried chicken with Twin Peaks’ signature billionaire’s bacon, American cheese, jalapeno gravy, honey butter, hollandaise and house-made buttermilk black pepper biscuits. If you’re really hungry, tackle the chicken-fried chicken with garlic mashed potatoes, cream gravy and sautéed green beans. They also serve beer battered chicken tenders and even a crispy buffalo chicken salad. (Salad? Really? Well, points for you.) They also pour beer into huge frosted mugs at 29 degrees so that ice crystals form at the top of the glass. It perfectly pairs with their hearty comfort food, like hand-cut mozzarella bites, succulent pulled pork nachos, a juicy cheeseburger and savory venison chili.
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