Get Your Weird On In London’s Twin Peaks Themed Pop Up Restaurant

Get Your Weird On In London’s Twin Peaks Themed Pop Up Restaurant


Immerse yourself in David Lynch’s world of Twin Peaks this August 27 – October 17th at a secret London pop-up restaurant.

At a secret central London location, fans of the cult hit Twin Peaks will be able to live the experience as they dine, ‘Lynch style’ at The Owls Are Not What They Seem. Guests will enjoy a three course meal “which will include a twist on a damn fine cup of coffee alongside a slice of cherry pie. Set within a fully Lynchian environment, there is an entire evening of entertainment where guests can truly explore the world of the characters, installations and sets created. All will end in a late night drinking den for more theatre, secret missions and bespoke cocktails”

The limited pop-up is the creation of two of London’s most vibrant events specialists, Lemonade and Laughing Gas who bring immersive and theatrical experiences to life in their unique way and Blanch & Shock who specialise in food design and experimentation. Based on the 90’s TV show you can expect a surreal environment like no other.

Diners are encouraged to look the part for the event and the dress code is surreal small town / extravagant Lynchian chic, “think Agent Dale Cooper and his dapper suits, Shelley and her waitress uniform or the Log Lady and her mysterious accessory…” prizes will be on offer for the best.

Tickets were made available today (July 17th) with preview tickets available for £50 for the opening three nights after which the full price will be £65. Access to the bar is just £5.

Find out more and book tickets at notwhattheyseem.com



Will Harrison

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