184 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN | Directions 3720136.164510 -86.776714
Hooters outstanding service and food!!!! – Howdy!!!
My personal experience in hooters downtown has been amazing!!!
Great service, all the girls are so kind and handy!
The beer ass cold!!! The shrimp and wings just perfect!!
hot and yummy!!!
Got an excellent service from them hot hooters chicks!!!
My favorite place for cold beer and spicy shrimp with my girl!!
I would say outstanding place!!!
Why does it take so long to get your food?? – JUST LEFT HOOTERS. EVERY TIME I GO THERE IT TAKES FOREVER TO GET YOUR ORDER...WELL, TODAY WAS A RECORD. MY GIRLFRIEND AND I SAT THERE ONE HOUR FROM THE TIME THE WAITRESS TOOK OUR ORDER AND NO FOOD! WE FINALLY TOLD HER TO GET IT TO GO..WELL THEN WE HAD TO CONITNUE WAITING TO ACTUALLY GET OUR ORDER AND PAY. THE FOOD IS PRETTY GOOD BUT, I DON'T THINK THAT I WILL GO THERE EVER AGAIN!
HORRIBLE HORRIBLE EXPERIENCE – A colleague and I decided to try this place for a late lunch. We sat at our table for 10 minutes waiting for a waitress to come over. The place was almost empty and we could see 3 waitresses, ignoring us and gabbing with each other about 10 feet from our table while a 4th waitress was standing by herself, repeatedly fanning her face with her hands and saying out loud "it's so hot in here" over and over again. I finally got up and asked the waitresses that were standing around talking with each other if someone could please take our lunch order. I sat down again and waited while they debated as to who was going to get our table. Finally, one of the waitresses came over and, without a "hello" or greeting of any kind, gave us a glaring look and angrily asked "What do you want to drink?" We gave her our drink order and when she returned to our table she just snapped "HERE" and literally slammed the drinks down hard on our table making a very loud noise, then wheeled around and walked away without saying a further word or asking us if we were ready to order our food. We were taken aback by her hostility, as if she was angry at us for sitting there and having to serve us when she could have, instead, been chatting at leisure with the other waitresses. Incidentally, my colleague is a very kindly middle aged stereotypical British gentleman with spotless, understated manners who almost never makes a fuss about anything but even he made a small comment to me about the waitress' behavior. I decided to get up and speak with a manger to find out what the heck was going on. We got up and went to the area where they sell their store merchandise and spoke to the girl there. I explained what had happened and she said we probably had waited so long to get service because there was a shift change going on and then she flagged this guy over. He introduced himself as the store manager and during my explanation as to what had happened he displayed a total lack of interest apart from grinning as if it were a joke and then laughing out loud when I told him about the waitress smashing our drinks down on the table and walking away (which he seemed to think was very funny). He then said in a very sarcastic, snarky voice "Well, what do you want me to do about it?" I thought "Gee, I don't know, you're the store manager, shouldn't YOU know what you're going to be doing about it and tell me?" Instead, I simply told him it appeared as if he had not much interest in doing anything about it and we would be leaving. He just laughed again as if to indicate it was all a big joke to him and he couldn't have cared less what we did and said "Do what you want". We left and will NEVER return again. This was definitely the worst and most incomprehensibly bad restaurant experience we had in Nashville. Disgusting.
Testosterone rules at this casual hot-wing hangout. – In Short
Waitresses in shiny tan nylons and tight, orange, '70s track shorts serve up beer and pub grub at this proudly "tacky yet unrefined" sports bar-restaurant. Tables are packed with men of all ages, from high-powered suits to college guys in baseball caps. While salads, sandwiches and shellfish are on the menu, most folks order chicken wings--available in six levels of spice intensity, from mild to super-hot 911.
All hype! – Please don't fall for the bait! I had about 13 friends with me and some wanted to go downtown for wings. We made the mistake of going to here. Let me tell you. The service was slow. The food was even slower. Yes, we ordered wings and they came raw inside and extremely greasy. We got the 50 platter for 29.99 and 8 others got individual dinners. We were all on the same ticket so there should have been no confusion of who gets what and where. The appetizers came with the food. The beer came hot and or she vanished until when she did come back the drinks were empty and hot. This was the biggest cluster F of all time. I was ashamed and humilated . As we were leaving I talked some to not going in for food the service was so bad. I think My Guy friends had the misconception all the girls would be beautiful. They were down right porch chop ugly. one was fat, one had a HUGE nose on her and one made us be happy with our bodies. Oh my ..the one good thing is they didnt have to pay for dinner. I will never go there again.
OH!! talk about filthy!! The bathrooms were the nastiest rest rooms I have everrrrrrr been in. They smelled of raw sewage. This was about 9pm at night and they were a mess.
Pitchers – The beer, especially if you buy a pitcher, is fairly good deal. That is the only reason to go, really. The food is nothing special (consisting of anything easily fried) and the service is lackluster, like any other H**ters (get this, citysearch blocks H**ters as an inappropriate word). I guess they figure those outfits earn the tip. But if you are there with few friends, and you want to split a few pitchers without really having dinner, it is a pretty decent sell.
My First Time... – This was my first trip to a Hooter's anywhere. We went in the late afternoon and were one of probably 10 people in the resturant. The Happy Hour was a great deal with .30 cent wings and some fairly cheap beer (on draught which is apparently an anomile for downtown Nashville). The service was prompt and very friendly (female to female). The wings were nothing to really write home about. I have cooked with the Hooter's sauce before, but didn't taste anything like that with our order. Not bad - just bland
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