I come here for the women. Kidding...I actually come for the wings. Oh and beer of course. I love love LOVE wings and Hooters is my favorite place for that. I always get breaded 911 wings and it's full of deliciousness. I could probably eat at Hooters everyday. The service isn't all that great. It's rather slow and that's probably the only thing I would complain about. They're not really attentive and don't check in on you much. Sure, most of them seem pretty nice. As long as I get my yummy wings, I'm happy.Review Source:
Hooters. Â Yes, a review of Hooters. Â Not your ordinary, cramped, low ceiling Hooters (Fairfax Hooters, I'm talkin' to you). Â This Hooters, where the Applebees was once located off Willard Drive in Chantilly, is arranged Â like a real cookie cutter chain restaurant, complete with a U-shaped bar. Â You don't go to Hooters expecting a great meal, although I was surprised at the crab legs and oysters on the "raw bar" menu. Â I wonder how fresh those items are.
The Hooters girls look more like cookie cutter Barbie dolls than ever before, and I didn't see one tramp stamp, so hopefully the "no tattoo" policy is still intact (unlike the new breastaurant chain "Tilted Kilt"). Â There were plenty every type of male, in all age groups, you can think of....including a few toddlers there with their dads. Â Possibly coming from the gun show at the nearby Dulles Expo Center (guns and Hooters - a fine time for the entire family).
Since the food is basically one notch above Wendy's, let's concentrate on the other ASSets. Â We sat at the bar (visit on a non football day). Â Service was fast and friendly. Â I get the feeling the girls are ordered to really push the beer - my beer was only half finished when she was asking if I wanted another. Â The beer list is impressive....with two Virginia crafts (Starr Hill and Devil's Backbone), plus all of the usual suspects including PBR, I give them good marks. Â
They don't turn the volume up on the TVs. Â This was especially appreciated when a UFC fight/gay softcore porn came on. Â The music blasting is terrible - that "new rock" that blasts in supermarkets to make sure you get your groceries and leave. Â Luckily the juke box is loaded with nuggets across several genres. Â And unlike some other places that shall be nameless, they don't unplug the jukebox after a patron pours $10 to change the mood to real music because an important game is being blasted.
Probably a longer review than a place like Hooters deserves. Â But after spending about 5 hours in this place last Saturday, we were able to take some copious notes. Â The verdict is we will be returning, even though they got rid of Buzztime trivia (grrrrrrrr..................)