Twin Peaks Pop-Up Diner Opening in London This August

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This secret pop-up eatery is based on the television drama created by Mark Frost and David Lynch
Twin Peaks Diner

Photo Twin Peak's Cherry Pie and Coffee Modified: Flickr/John Morton/CC 4.0

The pop-up diner inspired by Twin Peaks will serve cherry pie and coffee, just like the show.

We might have lost the Twin Peaks restaurant in Waco, Texas, after a motorcycle showdown back in May, but a new Twin Peaks concept is headed to London this summer.

A pop-up Twin Peaks diner called The Owls Are Not What They Seem is opening in central London in August, according to the London Evening Standard. It will be an “immersive dining experience” with an interactive theatre and secret missions.

The supper club will offer a three-course meal inspired by the show and will also feature a late-night bar. Expect a slice of cherry pie and a “damn fine cup of coffee,” as per Dale Cooper.

The diner will be open from August 27 through October 17, and the location is secret as of yet. Tickets go on sale on July 17 for £65, which is a little over $100 USD. Tickets to get into the bar will go for just £5 (about $7 USD).

Twin Peaks is set to return to small screens on Showtime in 2017, after being off air for 25 years.

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