Another restaurant chain is causing panic throughout the United States after 44 locations have closed.  This announcement will hurt guys everywhere because a favorite spot for "wings" seems to be struggling.  Yes, Hooters restaurants are silently getting marked as "permanently closed" on Google and the list of the latest closings has been released.


At Least 44 Hooters Locations Now Closed Throughout the United States

According to USAToday, 44 Hooters restaurants have vanished from the Hooters website since mid-January.  The claim from this Atlanta-based chain is that these were "underperforming stores".  Several states in the Midwest have been hit with the news, including Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio.

While these closures are taking place, the company stated that they are still planning on opening more Hooters locations around the world, are planning to provide guests with great options on the go and launching Hooters frozen products that will be found at grocery stores.

Sadly, this seems to be just the norm now for news as similar closing information was shared about Red Lobster recently.  JC Penney's had a few closures already in 2024.  A bit more shocking was the news that Walmart and Target closed several locations in the past year.

List of Hooters Restaurants That Are Now Permanently Closed

Most states only saw a few restaurants close over the weekend and throughout the first part of 2024, while others saw multiple locations shutter.  Texas has the highest number of closures and now has 16 restaurants listed as "permanently closed".


  • Homewood: 1278 Oak Grove Rd
  • Huntsville: 4729 NW University


  • Lakeland: 3437 South Florida Ave.
  • Orange Park: 1740 Wells Road
  • West Palm Beach: 2224 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard
  • Gainesville, 3105 SW 34th St.


  • Brunswick: 10355 Canal Crossing Rd
  • Hiram: 5464 Wendy Bagwell Pkwy
  • Macon: 112 Riverside Parkway
  • Madison Yards: 935 Memorial Dr SE Suite 310 (“Hoots Wings)
  • McDonough, 1858 Jonesboro Road


  • Springfield: 3241 Horizon Drive


  • Castleton: 6426 E 82nd St
  • Clarksville: 941 E Lewis and Clark Pkwy


  • Louisville (Dixie highway): 4948 Dixie Hwy, Louisville, KY
  • Richmond: 241 Eastern Bypass


  • Harborplace: 301 Light St # 1445, Baltimore, MD


  • Florissant: 2765 N Hwy 67
  • Independence: 19850 E Valley View Pkwy
  • North Kansas City: 6411 NW Barry Rd N

North Carolina

  • Greenville: 316 S Greenville Blvd SW
  • Jacksonville: 463 Western
  • Uptown Charlotte: 123 W Trade St


  • Oklahoma City (Penn Avenue): 13320 N Pennsylvania Ave

South Carolina

  • Columbia East: 7711 Two Notch Road


  • Memphis: 7535 Winchester Road


  • Arlington South: 5821 W Interstate 20
  • Baytown: 4710 I-10 East
  • Beaumont: 850 Interstate 10
  • Bryan: 960 N Earl Rudder Freeway
  • Fort Worth Downtown: 150 Throckmorton St Suite 132
  • Galveston: 6028 Heards Lane
  • Houston: 2519 Southwest Parkway
  • Kirby: 2519 Southwest Parkway
  • Laredo: 5706 San Bernardo Ave
  • Lewisville: 1960 S. Stemmons
  • Lubbock: 4950 South Loop 289
  • McAllen: 410 East Expressway 83
  • San Antonio (Riverwalk): 849 E Commerce St Ste. 105
  • San Angelo: 4384 Sherwood Way
  • Seabrook: 818 NASA Road 1
  • Waco: 3921 Jack Kultgen Freeway
  • Witchita Falls: 3702 Call Field Road


  • Manassas: 8503 Rixlew Ln
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