Originally Thompson’s Cafe in 1941, then Mar-T Cafe in the 1950’s, and now Twede’s Cafe. After a fire in July 2000, the diner had been renovated with a more modern look, but later restored to its original appearance as seen in Twin Peaks. The place has plenty of seating, with a circular island in the center with bar seating, surrounded by booths. Overhead is mid century neon, and memorabilia cover the walls. All of the booths have a different framed picture from different scenes from the Twin Peaks series, re-enacted with different models. They have a cool wall with Twin Peaks newspaper clippings in the back towards the bathrooms.
Aside from selling the show’s iconic cherry pie and “Damn fine cup of coffee”, this small town cafe also offers a wide selections of burgers, sandwiches, and breakfast all day. If you’re looking to purchase a souvenir, Twin Peaks merchandise is also on sale in the back of the restaurant. It’s a seat yourself place and you get up to go pay the bill.
Twede’s serves breakfast and lunch every day seven days per week. For lunch, the burgers come with unlimited fries. Portions for all meals are large, especially the breakfast.
If all this talk has you feeling hungry, you can check out their menu here: http://www.twedescafe.com/menus.html
Twede's Cafe Location
Twede’s is located in Downtown North Bend on the corner of North Bend Way and Bendigo. It still has the look and feel of the Twin Peaks Double R Diner inside and out.