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The Tilted Kilt: Sexy Indianapolis Sports Bar

February 14, 2012

As the self-proclaimed “Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen,” the Tilted Kilt takes the Hooter’s mentality to a whole new level. Visitors to the Titled Kilt are greeted by scantily clad waitresses dressed in plaid, serving up cold drinks and good food. Now Indianapolis has its very first location of this national chain. With prime Indianapolis real estate between Lucas Oil Stadium and Banker’s Life Fieldhouse, this Indianapolis bar and restaurant offers fun times and fabulous women.

The Story

The concept for this successful Indianapolis restaurant originated in 2003. Not in Ireland, Scotland or England, but in Las Vegas, the capitol of sin in the United States. This modern American, Irish, English, Scottish sports pub is staffed with beautiful servers in outrageous uniforms. Knee-high socks, sexy and short plaid kilts and matching plaid bra under a white camp shirt tied to showcase midriffs. Now this Hooters-esque franchise is taking the Midwest by storm with its downtown Indianapolislocation.

Here is what the restaurant president, Ron Lynch, has to say, “Tilted Kilt’s vision is to be the best, most respected, most recognizable and entertaining Sports Pub in America, through service and hospitality that is unrivaled.”

The Menu

The fare at the Tilted Kilt is classic bar food including quesadillas, potato skins, mozzarella sticks, nachos, garlic fries, steak, burgers, chicken, pizza, wraps and sandwiches. But a few items send this menu into the realm of the United Kingdom.

Try the Irish Nachos, made with fresh cooked crispy potato chips covered with cheese sauce, seasoned ground beef and tomatoes. Of course, Maggie Mae’s Fish and Chips are a pub favorite as is Olde Dublin Irish Stew. In the mood for a sammie? Take a taste of the Kilt Club or a Scottish Cheesesteak. Danny Boy’s Shepherd’s Pie is always a hearty dinner choice. But the Gaelic Chicken is perhaps the most celebrated dish.