Hooters today announced the launch of stuffed wings, its latest chicken wing innovation, which are original-style chicken wings hand-stuffed with either zesty chorizo or cajun jambalaya. In celebration of this national launch, Hooters is teaming up with DoorDash for customers to try Hooters new stuffed wings delivered exclusively through DoorDash before they go on sale in restaurants on February 25.
From Friday, February 22 through Sunday, February 24, customers can enter promo code “STUFFED” when ordering from participating Hooters restaurants on DoorDash.com or the DoorDash app and receive a free order of either zesty chorizo or cajun jambalaya hand-stuffed wings, with a $15 minimum order. This offer is exclusively delivered with DoorDash to its customers and will not be available in restaurants or with any other delivery services.
These hand-stuffed wings are the latest in a line of menu innovations by Hooters, including its very successful launch of smoked wings in 2016 and the original-style chicken wings that have become one of America’s most iconic foods over the past 35 years. As the first larger scale restaurant to offer these mouth-watering stuffed wings nationwide, Hooters culinary team, led by executive chef and director of innovation, Gregg Brickman, continues pushing the envelope to evolve the Hooters dynamic menu offerings.
This exclusive stuffed wings promotion delivered through DoorDash will be available February 22 through February 24 at participating Hooters locations nationwide. Starting on Monday, February 25, guests can enjoy these crazy good hand-stuffed wings at participating Hooters restaurants.
In addition, stuffed wings are sure to be the go-to choice for all your college basketball viewing this March. Whether it’s Hooters new hand-stuffed wings or our famous original-style wings, available in fifteen craveable sauces or one of five dry rubs, such as Texas BBQ, Caribbean Jerk or Garlic Habanero, Hooters is the go-to place for all of your sports viewing.
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