If you don’t live in or near Wilmington, N.C., you probably wouldn’t have realized that a rebel base featured in last night’s “Revolution” episode is next door to a Hooters.
Viewers follow Charlie, her uncle Miles, and Nora as they step into what looks like a clearing in the forest. There, an abandoned “Hannigan’s” (a play on popular chain restaurants such as T.G.I. Friday’s and Bennigan’s) has been converted into a temporary hideaway for those fighting against the militia.
The NBC series Revolution filmed along Market St. at the old Sticky Fingers restaurant Wednesday, August 1, 2012. In the scene the abandoned restaurant served as a rebel hideout. Staff Photo By Matt Born WILMINGTON STAR NEWS
In reality, the restaurant is vacant, though it doesn’t look quite as run down. It was once a Sticky Fingers ribs joint, and it’s located next to Hooters in the same parking lot as a daycare facility and a cell-phone shop...http://wilmonfilm.blogs.starnewsonline. ... ton-world/