Hooters To Open In Palm Bay With Free Wings

Palm Bay Hooters to have grand opening with free wings for 1 year to the first 10 guests.
Palm Bay Hooters to have grand opening with free wings for 1 year to the first 10 guests.

PALM BAY, Florida – Hooters is opening a new restaurant in Palm Bay, and the first 10 people in line will receive free wings for a year on Monday, Dec. 18 at 4 p.m.

The new Palm Bay Hooters marks the 52nd store the company has in Florida. The new building, used as a new prototype for future restaurants, features 7,372 square feet of space and is located at 695 Palm Bay Road.

The Brevard County location also features a 1,600 square-foot outdoor patio with televisions.

“Just last week we celebrated our 200th corporate-owned restaurant opening in Kissimmee East, and now with another new Florida location opening up, we are certainly experiencing great momentum in this state,” said Mark Whittle, chief development officer, Hooters of America. “Our unique blend of craveable menu items along with our fun atmosphere and unrivaled Hooters Girl hospitality makes Hooters a sports-viewing dining destination our fans can always rely on.”

The chain first opened in Clearwater, Florida in 1983 and there are plans to open more stores in the Sunshine State. Hooters will open at least 14 more corporate locations in the U.S. in 2018 and an additional 20 franchise locations globally.

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Hooters of Palm Bay incorporates a modern design with contemporary decor elements that compliment the fun-loving atmosphere to deliver a one-of-a-kind guest experience.

The Palm Bay restaurant features 32 draught beers and a wide array of cocktails and craft beers and table tops with an AV package perfect for watching all the games, Florida style.

The menu has also improved with new fresh salads, burgers, seafood, and of course their world-famous traditional wings.

Its latest wing innovation, Hooters Smoked Wings, are marinated overnight with a sweet and spicy dry rub before being hickory smoked in-house fresh each day. Guests can choose from one of three new dry rubs – Texas BBQ, Caribbean Jerk or Garlic Habanero – or have their wings tossed in their favorite of Hooters 17 sauces. The new flavors are only half the calories of traditional buffalo style wings.

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Raised in Jupiter, Florida, Andy Hodges began his career in the field of radio and TV broadcasting where he worked for about 12 years. He would make a career change to computer programming. Andy spent seven years working for tech companies, including Delta Airlines in Atlanta as a Senior Systems Analyst. In 2002, he moved to Sebastian, Florida. Andy is also the Editor-in-Chief for Sebastian Daily.
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