May 16, 2017
Yvonne Worden, Visit Seattle
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After 25 years, the Twin Peaks craze returns to the Seattle region
SEATTLE – Coffee is brewing and cherry pie is baking as the Seattle area awaits the long-anticipated return of Twin Peaks. Laura Palmer’s mysterious murder investigation continues with an 18-part limited series airing May 21 on Showtime. Seattle’s eastern neighbors, Snoqualmie and North Bend, which both served as film locations for the 1990-1991 TV series and prequel film Fire Walk With Me, once again co-star in the new series.
David Lynch is back in the director’s chair for what promises to be an authentic continuation of Twin Peaks. Many of the original cast members will also be reprising their iconic roles, including Kyle McLachlan as Special Agent Dale Cooper.
Anything could happen next, but in the meantime, curb (or intensify) your hunger for Twin Peaks at these local hotspots. What kind of Twin Peaks fan are you? With Twin Peaks rebooting in just a couple of weeks, plan your roadmap for revisiting the show.
For “damn fine coffee” addicts:
No Twin Peaks excursion is complete without the proper caffeine and pastry fix. Start the day early with a cup of joe in Seattle before you hit the road east. Here are five popular coffee spots close to the city center.
For outdoorsy explorers:
Journey out on eastbound I-90 to these scenic hikes and excursions.
For diehard fans:
For the upscale experience:
For more information about the next installment of Twin Peaks on Showtime, visit http://www.sho.com/twin-peaks. Search for ideas exploring Seattle and beyond at http://www.visitseattle.org/things-to-do/sightseeing/.
About Visit Seattle:
Visit Seattle, a private, nonprofit marketing organization, has served as Seattle/King County’s official destination marketing organization (DMO) for more than 50 years. The goal of these marketing efforts is to enhance the employment opportunities and economic prosperity of the region. For more information, visit www.visitseattle.org.