In July 2015, it was reported that Hooters Penrith, along with the other Hooters restaurants in Australia, went to administration. In January this year, Hooters was given a fresh breath of life when it was bought out of administration. So yeah, Hooters has bounced back, and for those who love breasts, chicken breasts that is, Hooters can serve them up glazed and spicy. The wings, however, are more popular.
Hooters is a great venue for sports TV. The recent Pacquiao-Bradley boxing match was aired live in Hooters Penrith, and with 40 flat-screen televisions, it would be difficult to miss the action. On busy days, however, you could be up for a long wait for the food to be served.
The restaurant is family friendly. There is kid's menu which is just right. When we went to Hooters Penrith, we got served by a nice girl named Jessica, and she befriended my little daughter. It was not a busy day she even had the time to play hula-hoop with her. She also brought her to the bar and let her pour the drinks from the machine, an experience my daughter really loved.