Guests of the restaurant will be allowed to choose their scantily clad waiter before ordering

By Kelli Bender
June 01, 2015 03:35 PM

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Nothing goes with comfort food quite like a side of short-shorts, at least according to the new Texas restaurant Tallywackers.

The eatery inspired by Hooters, which opened in Dallas on Saturday, features an all-male waitstaff dressed in tight bottoms and tiny tanks, reports CW33.

For 10 years, owner Rodney Duke contemplated why there wasn’t a male equivalent to Hooters, and he finally decided to create one.

Tallywackers describes itself as a “bar, restaurant and entertainment destination for everyone. There is eye-candy – for boys and girls – great food and a really good time.

Unlike Hooters, Tallywackers will give diners the opportunity to choose their waiter before sitting down to order.

There are currently 24 men on the waitstaff, chosen from over 125 applicants. Duke plans to open another of his male eye-candy establishments in Houston in the near future.

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