Installing a 39-foot-high recreational climbing wall inside a casual restaurant seems like a crazy, perhaps even dangerous idea. Especially for a restaurant like Twin Peaks, where the mostly male clientele has plenty to do in the first place: be served food and drink by well-endowed, skimpily clad waitresses and soak in the restaurant’s mountain-themed sports bar ambiance. But that’s what the chain did at its just-opened store on the Las Vegas Strip—and it’s one ...

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