The world’s largest Hooters, clocking in at 15,200 square feet, takes its final bow in May. The restaurant, which opened in September 2015, sits inside the Palms and originally took over the long-shuttered Heraea, a female-focused sports bar that barely lasted eight months.
A spokesman for the resort told Eater Vegas, "Hooters will be closing in the coming weeks to make way for exciting new enhancements we are planning for The Palms. We thank the entire Hooters team for being a great addition to the property’s food [and] beverage offerings the past few years."
Vital Vegas originally reported the closing and estimated a mid-May shutter.
The Palms was purchased by Station Casinos for $313 million in May 2016.
The off-Strip resort just started going through changes, including the 24 Seven Cafe, which closed in January for a full renovation. The new cafe is spending an estimated $2.6 million in construction costs alone. The 6,934-square-foot complete makeover will reconfigure the walls, finishes, bar, light fixtures, the kitchen and the entire look of the main dining room.
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