Tilted Kilt now open in Kenosha | Tilted Kilt Pub

Tilted Kilt now open in Kenosha

April 9, 2013

Southeastern Wisconsin’s first Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery has opened in Kenosha, according to a news release.

The restaurant at 7000 74th Place, Kenosha, has hired about 160 people and is looking to hire more, the release said. It opened in a 7,500-square-foot space previously occupied by Old Country Buffet in Southport Plaza.

Tilted Kilt is a Celtic-themed chain that originated in Las Vegas. It’s known for scantily clad serving girls wearing plaid skirts and bras. The menu includes traditional pub food, such as fish and chips and shepherd’s pie, along with dishes such as meatloaf, pasta and “drunken clams.”

The franchise is owned by Michael Roscioliand Chris Gochis, the release said. Gochis’ family owns Choo-Chew’s restaurant at the Kenosha Metra station and Somers House in Kenosha.