Do you know the Top 10 Untold Truth of Hooters? Not a lot of people are into the whole idea of a breastaurant; it's not something you would openly discuss with your parents over dinner, or worse, during a family function. However, in a world where just about every restaurant on the block is on a primal hunt to come off as a family friendly establishment, one famous restaurant decided to take the unconventional road, going down in history as “the breastaurant” of America. Ever since its inception, its child-inappropriate format has gained popularity, with many other establishments taking inspiration from them, but Hooters is where it all started. There’s a lot behind its success, and in case you are wondering, here are the top ten untold truths about Hooters.
Hooters, Inc., is the trade name of two privately held American restaurant chains. Founded on April 1, 1983 in Clearwater, Florida, US by Lynn D. Stewart, Gil DiGiannantonio, Ed Droste, Billy Ranieri, Ken Wimmer, and Dennis Johnson. The waiting staff at Hooters restaurants are primarily attractive young women, usually referred to simply as "Hooter Girls".
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0:47 The First Hooters Calendar was in 1986
2:06 Hooters Was Inspired by Saturday Night Live
3:32 There’s a Secret Server Menu
4:50 Hooters Owners Were Convinced it Would Fail
6:20 What’s So Memorable About your Hooter’s Experience?
7:30 The First Ever Hooter Girl Got her Job as the Result of a Bet
8:30 Hooters Servers Are Hired Entertainers
9:48 Hooters Had a TV Show
10:32 Hooters Girls Must Have Their Hair Down at All Times
11:23 Hooters Has Been Sued Multiple Times
- Currently, the distribution for the Hooters calendars is estimated at around half a million, making the Hooters calendar one of the best-selling calendars of its time.
- The name Hooters was actually inspired by a Steve Martin monologue that featured in the May 17th, 1980 episode of Saturday Night Live.
- It's rumored that Hooters has a secret server menu known as the ‘Spa menu’ that the servers are entitled to for free during their regular shifts. The menu consists of vegetables, salmon, chicken and a bunch of other low-fat items.
- Back in 1983, things weren’t any easier, and the original Hooter 6 as they are known were sure there was no way on earth their idea would live to see light.
- Their servers are always hot, there’s no doubt about that, and they won't compromise on it.
- While watching the Clearwater beach Jose Cuervo bikini contest, one of the original Hooter 6 members bet his buddies he could convince the winner of the contest to be the first Hooters Girl.
- Hooters servers are hired as entertainers. They hold auditions for their roles, and once the girls are hired, they are expected to keep a glamorous appeal, dance, and sing, offering Hooters customers a unique experience.
- Back in 1987, Hooters Nite Owl Theatre hit the small screen and for eight years, viewers had the chance to watch Hooters Girls introduce and host late night cable movies.
- All the servers are required to wear their hair down for every single shift. You will never find a Hooters server with her hair up; it doesn’t matter how busy she is at any given time.
- Back in 1997, four men from Maryland and three men from Chicago sued the company after they were denied employment opportunities.
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