Twede's Cafe

The "Twin Peaks" Cherry Pie
Twede's Cafe
While all may not be exactly as it appears in Twin Peaks, there's one thing that was never in doubt: "One damn good cherry pie." The show may have ended, but Twede's lives on!
Frank Luciano - The Baron of Breakfast

The restaurant was built in 1941 by Roy Thompson. Located in the tiny town of North Bend and nestled in the scenic foothills of the Cascade Range, it made it through WWII and the boom and bust of the rugged timber industry. In 1990, director David Lynch, on a scouting trip for his new ABC TV series, “Twin Peaks,” walked through the front door and the mystique of the “This must be where pies go when they die” world famous cherry pie was born.

Today, Twede’s still serves the same “damn good cherry pie” Special Agent Dale Copper loved. A pie locals and now visitors from around the world love. A pie we suggest you enjoy, as Copper did, with, “A damn fine cup o’ coffee!”

We're not the only ones who love them!

Twede's Cafe has been featured on the T.V. Series "Twin Peaks," The Onion's A.V. Club, The Seattle Times, The Los Angeles Times and many more media outlets.

Twede's Cafe

The "Twin Peaks" Cherry Pie

The restaurant was built in 1941 by Roy Thompson. Located in the tiny town of North Bend and nestled in the scenic foothills of the Cascade Range, it made it through WWII and the boom and bust of the rugged timber industry. In 1990, director David Lynch, on a scouting trip for his new ABC TV series, “Twin Peaks,” walked through the front door and the mystique of the “This must be where pies go when they die” world famous cherry pie was born.

Today, Twede’s still serves the same “damn good cherry pie” Special Agent Dale Copper loved. A pie locals and now visitors from around the world love. A pie we suggest you enjoy, as Copper did, with, “A damn fine cup o’ coffee!”

We're not the only ones who love them!

Twede's Cafe has been featured on the T.V. Series "Twin Peaks," The Onion's A.V. Club, The Seattle Times, The Los Angeles Times and many more media outlets.