Sports fans heading to Cancun over the coming months can now rest assured they won’t have to miss a minute of the season after the famous sports bar chain Twin Peaks opened up a new bar in the city. An extremely popular franchise with almost 100 locations served primarily in the United States, Twin Peaks has finally brought its ice-cold beers, sports-filled screens, and iconic uniforms to the world’s most popular travel destination, with the bar having opened just yesterday in the heart of the city.
With a range of domestic and international beers on tap and a top food menu that’s bound to get guests salivating, Twin Peaks Cancun is more than just a sports bar and will be looking to cement itself as one of the go-to destinations for travelers over the upcoming year. Here’s everything you need to know about this exciting new fixture of the Cancun bar scene, including where exactly it’s located, what travelers can expect inside, and a look at how Twin Peaks plans to scale its expansion efforts up further.
Twin Peak Cancun Opens – What Travelers Should Know
As a nation that’s utterly devoted to sports, it will come as a surprise to no one that Twin Peaks is expanding further into Mexico, with the Cancun branch of the chain serving as the fourth Twin Peaks bar in the country. With tons of sports-mad locals to entice and millions of sports-loving, alcohol-drinking travelers arriving in the city every year, it’s a match made in heaven – and Twin Peaks is pulling out all the stops to make sure it’s the go-to destination for sports lovers and nightlife seekers alike.
Twin Peaks Cancun is located on the ground floor of the Malecón las Américas shopping center in Cancun’s bustling hotel zone, making it a perfect meeting place for friends and families in an area that’s easily accessible to most travelers heading to the city. The bar will be open from 1:00 pm – 12:00 am from Monday to Thursday, staying open until 2:00 am on Fridays and Saturdays and between 12:00 pm – 12:00 am on Sundays.
Decked out in the chain’s trademark log-cabin decor that will make patrons feel like they’re a world away from the sunnier beach climes that attract so many travelers to Cancun, the new bar features a 360-degree bar that ensures visitors can always see a screen when grabbing a drink. If that’s not enough, it also has more than 50 TVs in all areas of the bar and two patios for some al-fresco drinking and dining.
If the interior wasn’t enough to entice travelers, its impressive food and drink options certainly will. Twin Peak Cancun will be serving 16 beers on tap, including favorites from Mexico, the United States, and other Latin American countries, and promises to offer the coldest drinks in Mexico – -2 degrees Celsius – perfect for cooling down after a day spent in the hot Cancun sun. Of course, there are also several options of tequilas, mezcal, whiskey, and bourbons to enjoy as you see fit.
Patrons can also look forward to the famous cooked-from-scratch menu options that have helped make it a firm favorite in the United States. From smashed burgers to gourmet flatbreads, and street tacos to sports bar favorites like wings, the menu is diverse, with plenty of options to choose from. There’s also a generous happy hour promotion that sees drinks available for as little as $79 Mexican pesos – that’s around $4 USD.
With their Cancun store now open, there’s no stopping Twin Peaks as they look to open even more stores south of the border. Plans are afoot for a fifth Twin Peak location in Mexico, with a new venture set to open soon in Mexico City next year and a further 32 in the pipeline for Mexico and other Latin American destinations.
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