Twin Peaks Albuquerque
4441 The 25 Way NE, Albuquerque, NM 87109
Eats. Drinks. Scenic Views!
Founded in 2005 in Lewisville by successful restaurant veterans Randy DeWitt and Scott Gordon to meet the needs of an untapped market, Twin Peaks features quality food made from scratch and ice cold draft beer served by friendly and attractive Twin Peaks Girls in a mountain sporting lodge setting. Named a "2010 Hot Concept!" by Nation's Restaurant News, and to Restaurant Management’s “Future 50” list of up-and-coming chains for 2011, Twin Peaks has restaurants in Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, and New Mexico, and expects to double in size by the end of 2012. More information on Twin Peaks, including locations and franchise information, is available at www.TwinPeaksRestaurant.com.
On the southbound service road of Pan American West Freeway NE (Interstate 25) just south of San Mateo Boulevard NE. Get up here!
Parking: Lot, Private
Bike Parking: Yes
Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Cuisines: American, Home Cooking
Alcohol: Full Bar
Takes Reservations: No
Outdoor Seating: Yes
Price Range : Average
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02/03/2009Provided by Citysearch -
I go to Twin Peaks about 10 times a year. Don't go expecting great food. It's good food. The daykor don't
get in the way of the help doing their job for a 99% male clientele. The waitresses are all very helpful,
astonishingly lovely, remarkably friendly and unfailingly cheerful. Orders have always come on time and
are never wrong...but who cares if they ARE wrong, as long as the servers return to your table. When it's
a slow day, the servers even sit down in your booth for some light conversation.
07/19/2007Provided by Citysearch -
On my birthday, I had an e-mail coupon for a free appetizer. I brought my daughter in with me for lunch to celebrate. I showed the waitress up front about the coupon ""before"" we ordered. We had been to this restaurant on a few occasions before and had known there was also a free dessert for birthday occasions.
After lunch, I asked if I ""also"" get a free dessert. She said I did and brought one for my daughter and me to share. The bill came, and I was charged for the dessert. The waitress apologized and said that she didn't realize that I could only get 1 special for my birthday (either use the coupon or the free dessert). I told her I would never have ordered the dessert had I known that. She called over the manager who in a fairly loud voice said, ""I'm trying to run a business here. I can't give out free desserts to everyone and have them use their coupons, too."" I told him that I had clearly showed the waitress my coupon before ordering and asked ahead of time if I also got the dessert. I told him that it was their mistake, and they should correct it in the future but honor what they told me. He fought with me and ruined my birthday. He later came over to my table and threw a coupon for a ""free"" appetizer or dessert on the table and said that should cover it, but if you read the coupon, I would have to buy an entree as well. It was not ""free"" outright. I won't go back.
08/05/2005Provided by Citysearch -
During a visit to Albuquerque, my date and I went to Rock Fish three times. The food and service are excellent, the prices are reasonable, and portion sizes are more then enough. The first visit we both had the Cedar Plank Grilled Salmon, it was beyond delicious, the taste was outstanding and the side dishes that came with it were just as good. It was so good we came back two more times that week and all the food we tried was excellent. I highly recommend the restaurant for anyone that enjoys seafood.