Rather than the typical gameday atmosphere, Twin Peaks is making sure all of their patrons enjoy the game without being overwhelmed. They are actually selling seats to ensure that the place will not be overcrowded. And with the seats you buy comes the special selections.
For simplicity, each "seat" costs $60. Of the $60, $25 covers the all-you-can-eat menu options while you get a $25 certificate to spend that day either on the bar tab or merchandise with the final $10 covering your tip for your waitress.
Just because it's an all-you-can-eat, don't think of it as a buffet. Each order is taken separately and the girls will bring out your specific request, meaning you can customize how you want your food. There are 11 different food options to choose from. These are the five healthiest choices, and suggestions on how to make them even healthier.
5. Twin Cheeseburgers
Probably the least healthy of the healthy options as it is, but with a few changes this dish can be reasonably healthy. Ask them to hold the mayo and if you must have cheese, get Swiss, it's one of the lower calorie cheeses. Of course, don't get the fries, get some veggies.
4. Buffalo Wings
While some of you might wonder how this can be a healthy choice, it's all about the preparation on this one: ask to have them roasted as opposed to deep fried. Also use either BBQ sauce or more hot sauce for dips rather than the high calorie Ranch or Blue Cheese dressings. And don't forget to substitute the fries for celery and carrots.
3. Grilled Chicken Cobb Salad
You can't go wrong with grilled chicken when it comes to starting out healthy. The only real tricky part of this is to limit the consumption of the bacon, blue cheese crumbles and croutons. The salad comes with honey mustard dressing rather than Ranch so you're good there.
2 Shrimp Basket and Chicken Basket
Both the chicken and shrimp are offered as one of the usual menu items. The only difference this time is the meats are separated. That being said do the same options for both: get the meat either grilled or blackened (my favorite) and substitute veggies for the fries.
1. Steak Salad
This one already starts out healthy so you don't have to change muchL don’t get the tortilla strips and ask for the vinaigrette dressing on the side. Otherwise, it’s a great meal and probably the healthier of the two salad options due to the balance of ingredients,