It's not where pies go to die, it's the latest in London pop-ups giving cult TV loving kids a chance to further embark on their favourite square shaped forays.
Get pert, get powdered and make like Audrey Horne this summer in London as this secret supperclub gives the David Lynch love mob a chance to tuck into one neat slice of cherry pie in yet another immersive, idiosyncratic affair. Aptly named 'The Owls Are Not What They Seem', those tucking in will not only get to neck a three course interactive meal courtesy of pop-up professionals Lemonade and Laughing Gas and Blanch & Shock, there's small town supping courtesy of a misty drinking den, interactive theatre, secret missions and more.
An inventive, supperclub shot at one of the most surreal shows around (one which is due to see its anxious return in 2017), The Owls Are Not What They Seem gives Twin Peaks fans a Washington inspired wonder that echoes London's current trademark trend: nostalgic scoffing.
In the words of Dale Cooper: "I’m going to let you in on a little secret. Every day, once a day, give yourself a present. Don’t plan it, don’t wait for it, just let it happen."
The Twin Peaks pop-up restaurant 'The Owls Are Not What They Seem' takes place in a secret location from August 27 to October 17. Tickets to dining cost £65, while those just wishing to visit the bar can pay a neat £5 up front.