The male breastaurant: Dallas eatery Tallywackers will employ men in skimpy outfits BY Joel Landau NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Thursday, April 30, 2015, 4:33 PM Share this URL The breastaurant has met its male match. An all-male Hooters inspired restaurant, which will probably have an endless supply of franks and beans jokes, is planning to open next month in Dallas. The eatery named Tallywackers, which will include alcohol and 6-packs, could open in the city’s gayborhood section on May 9, owner Rodney Duke told the Kidd Kraddick Morning Show Wednesday. Duke told the hosts he has pondered for 10 years why there wasn't a male equivalent of this type of breastaurant eatery where women are dressed in skimpy and revealing clothing. "I just decided one day 'let's just do it,'" he said. "There's not anything like it anywhere and sure enough here we are opening next month." Previous Next Enlarge Tallywackers/Facebook A Dallas restaurant called Tallywackers promises to be a male version of Hooters. The restaurant will hire attractive men with pleasing physiques, but will make some modifications from the business plan of places like Hooters that cater to a limited adult male audience. Besides the male employee, one area that will set them apart will be the menu, which will include comfort food, pasta and even a kids' menu "just in case." Customers who walk in will also be able to choose which servers' section they want to sit. And along with major sporting events they will have parties for happenings like the Academy Awards. The company has placed advertisements on its Facebook page featuring shirtless models but the attire for the employees is still being designed, Duke said. It will probably include a tight red T-shirt and boxer-briefs, he said. Shirtless would not work because chest hair is against the health code, he said. "We want to hire a wide variety of men," he said. "Everyone has a different type." We want to hire a wide variety of men. Everyone has a different type. Duke dodged some of the easy jokes like if the business had a firm opening or would serve cucumber salad, but admitted there is a spicy burger on the menu named "the flamer." "The establishment will be a fun, respectable environment — of course with a little eye candy," Tallywackers spokesman Winston Lackey told the Daily News. The word tallywackers originates from the employee whose job it was to count cattle when it was herded into the pen, Lackey said. But now the word is used as slang for the male sexual organ, which Lackey declined to comment on. There has been a lot of anticipation for the eatery to open and Lackey said he expects a diverse group of people will be checking everything out when it opens. "We've had all walks of life interested and we will welcome them all," he said.