Only two months after this Arizona-based chain opened in Fort Lauderdale, franchisee Samir Changela has introduced a second South Florida location in a new building with a brick path to Cinemark Palace theater.
“It is a great synergy between us,” says Changela, co-owner with his father.
Popular menu items are Olde Dublin Irish stew with Guinness beef stock ($10), pan-seared Gaelic chicken in Irish whiskey cream sauce ($15), spicy Southwest chicken salad ($11) and Tilted wings tossed in one of six house-made sauces ($10.50 boneless, $12 traditional).
“It’s an Irish, Scottish and British pub with an American twist,” he says. “With 62 TV screens, 42 draft beers, a mouthwatering menu, and the world-famous kilt girls, we offer the ultimate sports viewing and dining experience.”
Why famous? Teasingly short plaid Scottish skirts and matching bras.
Lunch and dinner are served daily amid mahogany and green walls decorated with memorabilia. The covered patio and lounge boasts 17 TVs. Live music will launch in the spring.