Hooters Of Chattanooga Reopens With Contemporary New Design

Friday, November 8, 2013

Hooters of America, LLC on Friday announced that it has reopened its Hooters of Chattanooga, Tenn., location with a new sleek, contemporary design. After a few weeks of construction, the remodeled location is now open for guests to enjoy the redesign that delivers a fresh, modern look and more comfortable dining experience.

“Hooters is proud to introduce the modern design enhancements to the Chattanooga community, as they are among the first in the nation to experience the new look,” said Dave Henninger, chief marketing officer, Hooters of America. “The updates were all made with our guests in mind; the design demonstrates an eye for the future while keeping with the essence of our iconic brand and its celebrated 30-year history.”

Ofiicials said, "From the moment they walk through the doors, guests will relish a cleaner and brighter feel with expansive windows and more open space to encourage social interaction and beckon people walking by to come in and join in the fun. There are a variety of design elements that will surely keep guests comfortably seated for hours, including high-back chairs and a fully-functional, centralized bar with a full range of liquor, beer and wine offerings for guests. The restaurant is surrounded by a series of large, high-definition televisions for clearer lines of sight to guests’ favorite sporting events.

"The design features clean lines and sleek finishes and painted ductwork and cypress wood walls deliver a more open and brighter appearance. Materials such as light colored face brick also provide texture throughout the space. 

"In addition, the new Hooters of Chattanooga location will feature the recently expanded full menu, offering even more salads, sandwiches, seafood dishes and other delicious food options for guests to enjoy. Of course, Hooters continues to serve its world-famous traditional and boneless chicken wings with Buffalo sauce favorites, ranging in heat from mild to 911, as well as signature sauces and rubs on select Hooters menus, such as teriyaki-style samurai, lemon pepper and chipotle honey." 

For a limited time, those looking to huddle up at Hooters during football season can enjoy the "Gridiron Grub" menu with tasty options that include BBQ pork sliders served on warm mini buns, classic chili cheese fries, as well as shareable platters of sweet chipotle chicken or smoked BBQ pork piled high with additional toppings on Hooters new big dipper fries.

The remodeled Hooters of Chattanooga location at 5912 Brainerd Road, is now open for fans in the Chattanooga area. 



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