2014 Second 100: Why Twin Peaks is the No. 1 fastest-growing chain

2014 Second 100: Why Twin Peaks is the No. 1 fastest-growing chain

This is part of Nation’s Restaurant News’ annual Second 100 report, a proprietary census ranking restaurant brands Nos. 101-200 by U.S. systemwide sales and other data. This special report focuses on a smaller, more growth-oriented universe than the Top 100 report. 

Twin Peaks, known for its all-female service staff and 29-degree draft beer served in frozen mugs, first opened in 2005 in the Dallas suburb of Lewisville, Texas. Founders Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon created a mountain sports lodge setting and casual-dining menu that has grown over the past nine years into a strong competitor for such similar concepts as Hooters. DeWitt was also the founder and chief executive of Rockfish Seafood Grill L.P., a 14-unit chain of casual seafood restaurants

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