this is by far the best hooter's i have ever been to and i am a happily married woman whose hubby is in the navy so we frequent hooter's for all kinds of gatherings and we generally end up with a lot of rambuncious sailors at the table and have never had a hard time with assistance they have always been very courteous with all of our guests and i beleive they are even more helpful to us females but we are also friendly and not inttimidated by the gorgeous waitstaff and noone should be the are very nice ladies just trying to get through college for the most part and if you treat them like people they will always return the favor
The Hooters in Honolulu can be a great place to dine out depending on when you go. Because of the the fact its mostly filled with tourists it can be jam packed one day and empty the next. It is also located next to a cruise ship that will come in and dock right next to it. The food is decent and the girls are great. Especially the hostess!
The Hooters in Honolulu is disappointing. The atmosphere (girls) needs some serious work. I'm not sure if it's the location (girls thrown into a tourist pit) or they are just plain rude. The food is alright. I dined at a Hooters in O'Fallon, IL (outskirts of St Louis) and the food was AWESOME. Also, it's a bit pricey. If you plan it right, you can catch a free Hula show (Hooters is next to a dinner boat cruise dock). I'm looking for another spot to satisfy my hot wings craving.
We went to Hooters with another couple for new years. It wasn't our first pick but there was an open seat and quick service. The food was great and the service was fantastic (especialy givin it was new years eve). I would for sure go back again. I loved the shrimp. We sat on the patio by the water and it was an awesome night.
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