The chain intends to open in Jacksonville at the former Cinco de Mayo building in East Arlington.
Franchise owner Moussa Haidar filed a fictitious name with the state June 9 to do business as Twin Peaks Restaurant at 11892 Atlantic Blvd., at southwest Kernan and Atlantic boulevards.
Haidar said April 29 he expects to open by year-end or in early 2023.
The Dallas-based Twin Peaks sports bar and restaurant chain intends to open in Jacksonville at the former Cinco de Mayo building in East Arlington. Cinco de Mayo moved to Harbour Place.
Shopping center site plans show that Twin Peaks is leasing the 6,314-square-foot building.
Twin Peaks calls itself “the ultimate sports lodge featuring made-from-scratch food and the coldest beer in the business surrounded by scenic views and the latest in high-definition TVs.”
The menu includes appetizers, wings, burgers, sandwiches, tacos, soups, salads, sides, desserts and entrees.
The restaurant also seeks a zoning exception for an alcoholic beverage license for the sale of beer, wine and liquor for consumption on the premises.
The application says the full-service restaurant is able to satisfy the state requirements of at least 2,500 square feet of service area, deriving at least 51% of its gross revenue from the sale of food and nonalcoholic beverages and it is equipped to serve at least 150 people.
Haidar said he expects to invest up to $3 million to remodel the building.
Twin Peaks says 90% of its restaurants are conversions of existing free-standing casual dining restaurant locations.
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