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The Roadhouse was a popular tavern in the southern part of Twin Peaks, Washington, not far from the "Welcome to Twin Peaks" sign. It was liked by bikers, loving couples, and lovers of good music.

HistoryEdit

The Roadhouse was owned by the Renault family from the 1950s onward.[1]

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Notable staffEdit

EntertainersEdit

Over the years, several well-known musical acts performed on stage at the Roadhouse.

Behind the scenesEdit

The exteriors and interiors for the Roadhouse in the pilot episode were filmed at the former Colonial Inn, located at 4200 Preston Fall City Road SE in Fall City, Washington. For subsequent episodes, the interiors were reproduced on a sound stage. The exterior appears in the pilot, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, and every episode of Twin Peaks (2017).

The neon sign above the Roadhouse door, reading The Bang Bang Bar, was added by the production, and is possibly intended to display the Roadhouse's actual name. In this interpretation, the Bang Bang Bar is known locally as simply the Roadhouse, as it is the only establishment of its kind in Twin Peaks. However, the location is referred to in dialogue, scripts, and merchandise (such as Twin Peaks: Access Guide to the Town) solely as "the Roadhouse," and never explicitly as "the Bang Bang Bar."

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