fun upbeat place to work, lots going on all the time
Waitress (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – March 6, 2018
In my opinion Twin Peaks is a fun place to get you out of your shell, a good starter job. It has many good qualities such as team work, money handling and fast pace work. It does not have the job security or benefits someone would want long term.
Manager (Current Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 11, 2018
It was very fast-paced and I like the environment, but the hours aren't conducive to a family with small children. Long hours, and being a woman manager, and a young one, respect was few and far in between.
Server (Former Employee) – Knoxville, TN – February 25, 2018
The uniforms were flattering and a very good place for tips! The managers were super nice and understanding most times, although I had missed family emergencies and friends funerals because there was nobody to cover my shift without me paying. The job overall was a lot of fun and the staff and most of the customer base were all very friendly and funny!
Server (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – January 29, 2018
I loved everything about my job, except for the unconditional and degrading uniform standards. The tips were good though, at the end of the day my bills were getting payed and I did enjoy the atmosphere.
bartender (Former Employee) – West Des Moines, IA – January 4, 2018
I really liked working for Twin Peaks when the management was working. Once that started to fall apart, so did everything else. It's hard to work for a company that doesn't help you or want to work with you on certain things. Especially when you're letting them know that your general manager is stealing money.
Fun workplace, just no room for career advancements
Server/Hostess (Former Employee) – Orlando, FL – January 2, 2018
I've personally been a server at 4 different restaurants before this one and this was definitely one of the more fun environments to work in, however there is a lot of favoritism in the company, specifically the location I worked in because I can't speak for a store I've never worked in. Management was never on the same page, I made great friendships through my position there but I don't go to work to make friends I go to work to make money and management not always being on the same page made that somewhat difficult at times. If you do not like attention this is not the job for you because men will be gawking all shift
most of the people who eat here are "thirsty" men, great tippers
Employee (Former Employee) – Arizona – October 13, 2017
Managers are being mass trained which doesn't give them a through training. The supervision of actual managers is lacking due to GMs working slow morning shifts and being unaware of their staff, along with district supervision never being in the store and just managing using emails. Manager bonus program promotes/enables managers to skimp on funding restaurant maintenance, updating glassware, etc until a certain date when their bonus roll over.
easy going environment, great pay, events boost overall moral