Plano, Texas, welcomed a new addition to its dining scene. Twin Peaks, a popular sports bar and restaurant chain, opened a new location in the city. The new Twin Peaks restaurant is at 3310 N Central Expressway just off Highway 75.

The new Twin Peaks is on North Central Expressway, a section of U.S. Highway 75.
The new Twin Peaks is on North Central Expressway, a section of U.S. Highway 75.

This location is in a dense and growing retail corridor, with immediate proximity to major retailers such as Costco, Target, Best Buy, In-N-Out, Burlington, ALDI, Guitar Center, PetSmart, Ross, CVS, Red Lobster, and many more.

Twin Peaks, known for its mountain lodge-themed restaurants, was first established in 2005 in Lewisville, Texas. The chain has since expanded across the United States, with over 80 locations serving up a variety of hearty meals and ice-cold beer.

Street View of the new Plano Twin Peaks restaurant from U.S. Highway 75.
Street View of the new Plano Twin Peaks restaurant from U.S. Highway 75.

The brand prides itself on its friendly service, quality food, and commitment to providing an engaging dining experience. The upcoming Plano location is expected to continue this tradition.

The site will have direct visibility and access from State Route 75, which boasts approximately 234,100 vehicles per day. The restaurant is projected to open for business in the summer of 2023.

This closed Twin Peaks restaurant is located less than 2 miles south of the new one on the same highway.
This closed Twin Peaks restaurant is located less than 2 miles south of the new one on the same highway.

Twin Peaks Plano Location History

The site of the new Twin Peaks restaurant was once home to The Hang Out Patio and Grill, Fajita Ranch, and Duke’s Original Roadhouse. Historical serials show that the land was undeveloped as far back as 1956, with Highway 75 under construction.

This 2015 Aerial View of the site shows the demolished building that was home to multiple restaurants.
This 2015 Aerial View of the site shows the demolished building that was home to multiple restaurants.
Same View 6 years later with the building now gone.
Same View 6 years later with the building now gone.
View of a Fajita restaurant in 2017.
View of a Fajita restaurant in 2017.
The restaurant was also called Bandera Roadhouse.
The restaurant was also called Bandera Roadhouse.
Sometime in 2020 the building was demolished.
Sometime in 2020, the building was demolished.

In 1969, the Plano Drive-In was built on the site, marking the beginning of its transformation into a hub for dining and entertainment. The new Twin Peaks restaurant will write the next chapter in this location’s story.

3310 Central Expressway, Plano, TX 75074