Dry wings, even slooooooower service..
Came to Hooters to see a football game on an obscure network. Before we were even seated we asked the waitress if they'd be able to change one of the TVs to the game and got a definite, "YES." We were seated promptly and ordered some wings and a beer. Thirty minutes later (no exaggeration) and no less than five reminders to the waitstaff, and they FINALLY changed the channel on one of the TVs to allow us to watch the game they said we could watch. Top that off with the fact that the wings were some of the driest I've ever had, and it was in my top 5 worst dining experiences ever.
Good food, drink, service and location!.
Cool restaurant built on a barge docked in the river! Good food and drinks and service from our Waitress Amamda who was so nice (actually she is drop dead georgeous as is Taylor the waitress she was training).
poor service all together.
horiable worst management ever. would never eat there again. bloody chicken wings, warm beer, service was very rude, snobby management both from gm and manager. completely a bad place to 2 go.
Testosterone rules at this casual hot-wing hangout.. In Short Waitresses in shiny tan nylons and tight, orange, '70s track shorts serve up beer and pub grub at this proudly "tacky yet unrefined" sports bar-restaurant. Tables are packed with men of all ages, from high-powered suits to college guys in baseball caps. While salads, sandwiches and shellfish are on the menu, most folks order chicken wings--available in six levels of spice intensity, from mild to super-hot 911.