Danielle Berman

Expect '90s dinner attire, cherry pie, and appearances from the Log Lady.

Erika Owen
July 16, 2015

Starting on August 15th, Twin Peaks fans have two months to get in on London's immersive dining experience based off of the '90s TV hit. Located in Central London, "The Owls Are Not What They Seem" offers two options: a three-course meal that's part dinner and part theater or a late night bar for those just looking to get a taste of David Lynch's world.

The food and drink menu is being put together by London-based caterers Blanch & Shock, a duo known for their dining experimentation. Diners are encouraged to come dressed in their Twin Peaks best—in addition to the good east (yes, there will be cherry pie) there will be a nightly costume contest for the best get-up.

Tickets for pop-up run $101. The restaurant will be open through October 17th, but better make your reservation now—spots are bound to fill up quick.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.

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