The layout of the restaurant was horrendous. My wife, 13 yr. old girl, 6 yr. old boy and I stopped here because we all love wings, were on vacation and they had never been to one before. Well .. why not now? They all thought it would be neat to stop by .. I used to go to Hooters Trivia nights years ago eating my weight in wings .. nostalgia I guess. As you come in the door, we were seated way to the right and around the corner under a television (which was literally directly above our head). There was hardly anyone in here at this time, yet we got this seat?? There was a window in the corner to the right of my wife, who actually was sitting IN the corner looking out from our table top. Old fries and bits of wadded up napkins were near her elbow on the window sill, and there were other dirty tables in our immediate area. We got our wings after a pretty good wait .. lukewarm. Their wings are battered and fried which make them a tad crispy, which I love. These wings were a little soggy and just didn't taste as good as what I had been building them up to be. My kids LOVE wings, and they only ate a few and gave up. My wife had the buffalo sandwich and barely ate half because the chicken was .. soggy? (is this a good word to describe it?) Atmosphere was absolutely terrible. Terrible. Perhaps it was a slow night .. but in that case, why not take the time to clean? I'm not too picky, but because I was such a big Hooters Wings fan, I felt let down and had to tell of my frustration. Hooters didn't lose me as a future customer because of this one restaurant, but without a doubt, lost the rest of my family.
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