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Hooters Hotel - Delightfully tacky, yet unrefined

By Chuckmonster on Friday, 27th May 2005 12:45pm
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[ Editors Note: We love the San Remo. We don't love the Hooters beer and buffalo wings emporium. Will we love the San Hooters Casino and its "delightfully tacky" atmosphere? Who knows... we hope so. ]

From TBO.com : This week, an investment group that includes the Hooters founders were doing some early site work on their $130 million casino project. They are redeveloping the 700-room Hotel San Remo, which is a relatively small casino/hotel just off the Las Vegas Strip, into a Hooters-brand resort. The projected opening is in February.

Hooters' "delightfully tacky, yet unrefined'' atmosphere will be ever-present. As many as 300 Hooters girls, adorned in their trademark tight shirts and skimpy shorts, will serve up wings in the resort's Hooters restaurant and hand out cocktails on the casino floor. At least a few will even deal blackjack or other table games, marketing director Richard Langlois said.



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