The Americans and Canadians have been blessed with one of the best Irish-styled (out of the motherland Ireland of course) pubs of all times, and that is the Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery. There, you’ll get the best from both American and Irish cultures. And that is the Celtic theme, the all-American beauties breastaurant-like girls, and the most traditional features of pubs. They offer a really interesting experience with the best from pubs tradition and modern-world TVs for broadcasting sports events.
You’ll find their menu, the decor, the staff, and everything is in harmony to create a really interesting Sports Bar. The Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery was born in 2003 and has grown bigger a lot through the years. It’s present in more than 20 states of the U.S, and in two Canadian provinces.
In Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery’s menu, you’ll find an interesting mix of fish and chips and burgers, along with a selection of more than 20 types of tap beers. It’s the perfect place to enjoy a Guinness while playing some good ol’ pool or darts. Want to keep up with the game, to chat or just to have dinner? You can get that, too!
If that’s not enough, they also have a huge (and we mean HUGE) drinks menu of masterly crafted cocktails, wine, vodka, and other spirits. Anything to get you in the mood for chilling, or excited for watching soccer! You won’t get hungry either, as they have a lot of food options, too. From entrées, appetizers, and burgers, to full a full lunch, salad or soup, and also dessert!
This is a nice place for inviting friends over, for having post-office meetings or even family gatherings. If you’re around the states, this is a place you have to check out. You’ll have a blast with their pool tables and dart competitions. And also let’s not forget about the Kilt Girls, which are beautiful and kind, and won’t hesitate to bring you one more beer if you ask them to!
Check out the Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery and enjoy a nice part of the Irish-American culture!
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