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Hooters Brunch the Perfect Way to Spend a Saturday or Sunday

Hooters Brunch the Perfect Way to Spend a Saturday or Sunday

Looking for a really fun way to spend your Saturday or Sunday morning? Head on down to Hooters at 155 West 33rd Street, for brunch. From the outside the restaurant doesn’t look like much, but once upstairs views of Madison Square Garden delight, along with numerous TV screens. Looking to watch the games in style? This is the place for you. We had a blast watching the finale of The World Cup. Go France!


Another plus to Hooters, is when you go upstairs you can see into the kitchen which is so clean and organized. It lets you know your meal is in good hands.


Peach Bellini and the loaded Bloody Mary

Starting off with cocktail, my guest and I enjoyed a refreshing peach bellini’s, as well as a savory healthy poured Bloody Mary (with a garnish of bacon). Want to really have a fun time? For just $24.99, you can get unlimited glasses from 11:30 to 2:30. Not bad when you consider a single drink is around $14. You can also get mimosas, red or white sangria, and draft pints of Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Light and Coors Light.

Chicken and Waffles

Chicken and Waffles

Your choice for brunch is the highly recommended fried chicken and waffles ($12.99), a generous lightly breaded chicken breast with a waffle that taste more like a really airy cake served with tater tots or fries. With every dish you have a mound of delicious tots. Order the tots, as they are really perfectly done.


Grilled Cheese with Fried Jalapeno peppers on Texas Toast

The  jalapeño grilled cheese on Texas toast ($10.99) is a cheese lovers delight, with about 6- 8 oz of Wisconsin Cheddar. The bread tastes homemade and is super think.

We also tried the Double Decker Applewood Smoked Bacon BLT (8.99). The bacon was out of this world and their was plenty of it. Served on the same Texas toast, this is one over the top BLT.

Hooters Chicken Biscuit

Hooters Chicken Biscuit

Other options are two biscuit sandwiches, one with bacon, egg and cheese and the other is with fried-chicken, both $6.99. You can top your chicken with a large choice of different wings sauces from the regular menu: Original BBQ, Medium BBQ, Honey BBQ, Hot BBQ, Honey Thai Chili Pepper, Naked Blackened, Teriyaki, Daytona Beach, Caribbean Jerk, Chipotle Garlic, Medium, Hot, Three Mile Island, and 911.


With 450-locations, this chain restaurant entertains gorgeous men, families and girls looking to have a good time. The servers, are all like the girl next store with friendly, cheerful attitudes and personalities that make you feel well taken care of.


The menu

The brunch is available Saturday and Sundays. This summer brunch goes until Labor Day.

After the brunch we headed to Jacks, The Manhattan Mall and Macy’s. It really was the perfect Sunday!


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Suzanna, co-owns and publishes the newspaper Times Square Chronicles or T2C. At one point a working actress, she has performed in numerous productions in film, TV, cabaret, opera and theatre. She has performed at The New Orleans Jazz festival, The United Nations and Carnegie Hall. She has a screenplay and a TV show in the works, which she developed with her mentor and friend the late Arthur Herzog. She is a proud member of the Drama Desk and the Outer Critics Circle and was a nominator. Email:

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