Hooters may be known for their world famous wings, but they also offer a variety of delicious menu items at a great value. From seafood to sandwiches and salads served up by the Hooters Girls, Hooters will surely satisfy your hunger. The first location opened in 1983 in Clearwater, Florida. Now, over 430 Hooters locations can be found in 46 states and more than 23 countries. View the full menu and find out more information about Hooters at www.hooters.com.
A dozen raw oysters on the half shell served with horseradish and cocktail sauce. Analysis does not include saltine crackers served on the side.
Lightly seasoned, peel and eat shrimp, served with cocktail sauce.
Request no drawn butter.
Blackened white fish topped with pico de gallo, cabbage and a special sauce inside a flour tortilla.
Request less butter sauce (0.25 fl oz) and less special sauce (0.5 fl oz).
A field of spring mixed greens, piled high with rows of turkey, ham, cucumber, chopped eggs, diced tomato, cheddar and monterey jack cheese. Analysis does not include choice of dressing.
Request less cheese (1 oz).
Blackened shrimp served on a bed of spinach and topped with bleu cheese crumbles, diced tomatoes, and fresh chopped bacon.
Request less Blue Cheese Crumbles (1/2 oz). Request Balsamic Vinaigrette Dressing on the side; not included in analysis (1 Tbs. = 60 calories, 6 g fat, 120 mg sodium).
Spring mix, diced tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, cheddar and monterey jack cheese, and topped with croutons. Analysis does not include choice of dressing.
Request less cheese (1/2 oz).
Kids LiveWell Items
Healthy Dining's expert staff of registered dietitians and master's level health/nutrition professionals consults with each restaurant to find menu items that meet the nutrition criteria outlined below, which are based on many of the recommendations of leading health organizations. Healthy Dining's nutrition staff reviews all menu items before posting them on the site to determine levels of calories, fat, saturated fat, sodium and other nutrients.
Deep fried items (i.e., egg rolls, chicken fingers, tostada shells, etc.) are excluded from the website, except for very small amounts of garnishes, such as wonton strips.
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