Spring Branch residents upset over opening of Twin Peaks

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HOUSTON, TX – Everyone knows that sex sells, even if what you’re selling is food. That’s what makes restaurants like Hooters so popular. There’s another popular restaurant franchise peaking some interest, but not in a good way.

If you’ve never been to Twin Peaks, the restaurants have a wilderness, mountain-lodge theme. The servers wear barely there attire, like khaki shorts and a small top.

The latest one to pop up in Houston will off the feeder road at I-10 near Kirkwood, but some residents don’t like the idea of having the sexy-themed restaurant so close to Spring Branch I.S.D. schools and residential areas. Others don’t see what the big deal is.

Twin Peaks released a statement saying in part that they have “worked directly with the appropriate parties to meet the local zoning compliance” to open the restaurant. City officials also say as long as the restaurant follows those codes, nothing can be done to prevent it from opening.

So like it or not, in a couple of weeks folks will be able to go out and enjoy this breastaurant, we mean the restaurant.

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