Over the weekend, Sydney Sweeney was the guest host on Saturday Night Live. She was great, but there was one sketch that really caught our attention. The Hooters sketch:

It got us all up in our feels.

Boise Needs A New Hooters Location

With Boise's recent Hooters closing down, where are we supposed to go for some...edible...chicken wings?

What options do we have if we want to drink with friends and watch the game?

Read on.


Four Reasons Boise Needs A New Hooters Location

Boise's Ready to Get Saucy: Why a New Hooters is a Game-Changer!

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What do you think? Is Boise ready for a new Hooters location, or is it going to feel a little too soon for some diners? Let's connect and get your take.

Hooters, founded in 1983, is known for its wings, sports, and iconic owl logo. It has grown into a global brand with over 400 locations.


Maybe you're reading and find yourself in California, wanting for some food news of your own. Fear not!

Jokes aside, you should be in the know about some major changes coming to (some of) your favorite California restaurants:

Inside 7 Major Changes Hitting California Fast Food Restaurants

Do you find yourself hitting the drive through often? Heads up--some changes could look like this:

Gallery Credit: Credit: Mateo, 103.5 KISS FM


Too much meat? Would you prefer some vegetarian options? Don't worry, we've got you covered there too!

Best Vegetarian Brunches in Boise

They have great food.

Gallery Credit: Shannon Buccola


Now, if you happen to find yourself enjoying a nice meal at one of Boise's adult entertainment establishments, there are a few rules you're going to want to be privy to:

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Attending an adults-only spot in Idaho? Then you'll want to be sure to follow these rules.

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