Ahhh Hooters. "Delightfully Tacky, Yet Unrefined" is the slogan and it's a true piece of acurate advertising.
Hooters restaurants are adorned with Christmas lights in the windows, laminated wood floors and tables, corny posters on the walls and bathroom doors and the waitresses all wear white tops with tight orange hot pants. Delightfully Tacky, Yet Unrefined indeed.
It's a typical chain restaurant and bar with typical bar food on the menu. The slammer burgers are great in particular and the fries only come in one variety, seasoned and delicous curly fries that one waitress was nice enough to squirt ketchup on a plate for me in a smily face when she served me.
The WINGS though are the centerpiece. I'm a Buffalo Wild Wings fan but even they could take a cue from Hooters in that can serve their wings extra breaded and deep fried with a variety of sauces to choose from. Even better yet is that you can order the wings all one way in that you can get all drum wings instead of having to put up with annoying or oddly shaped wings.
The waitresses that I have met are friendly and lovely. Some will spend time with you and talk to you in between waiting on tables.
I'm away from a Hooters location for now but next time I am near one I will certainly stop in. 10 piece wings with a soda and fries. Extra breading and all drummies!
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