FoxNews reports that Hooters just announced their "Unreal" wings will be actually un-real. In the sense that they will be free of poultry, made from alternative meat, and offered on hundreds of menus across the country within days. The network suggested that this could spark a sudden rush to vegan dining among members of America's male population.

Fox's take: "In a move that will likely prompt hundreds of America’s lonely single dads to suddenly go vegetarian, Hooters has announced the debut of its meatless “Unreal” wings.

In fact, there may be more women agreeing to head on over to Hooters than ever since it's now going to be possible to eat a little healthier when dining at the iconic eatery.

"We're excited to build upon our heritage of offering the broadest variety of wings under one roof by being the first to bring great tasting meatless wings to our guests," Hooters chief marketing officer Carl Sweat said in a press release.

The wings, made with alternative meat from Quorn Foods, are on the menu at 318 Hooters restaurants across the country, Fox reported.

By partnering with Quorn, we were able to create the taste, texture and crispiness of our world-famous chicken wings perfectly. Similar to our launch of smoked wings and roasted wings with half the calories of our regular wings, the Unreal wings provide our guests a healthier option without compromising on the full Hooters Wing flavor they know and love."


Who's up for a Hooters run? We can't wait.

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