Kilts and lovely attire contributed to our fantastic dinner at the Tilted Kilt. This is the upper scale version of another Wing-Based eatery.
The chicken wings were fresh and juicy, accompanied by three delicious sauces (The Tilted, Garlic Parmesan and TK Signature), each with a little kick that brought home the flavors.
We also loved the Clams. We ordered a dual helping of the Drunken Clams, and found ourselves unable to stop gobbling them down by the hand full. With their warm garlic butter, they cook the clams with and that stole the show.
For entrees, we had the Irish stew with tender beef roast and veggies in a Guineness beef stock. Even after the meal, we took some home and enjoyed another cup the next day. The salmon filet was fantastic and came with potatoes and veggies.
Even the kids enjoyed their helpings of hamburgers and sliders with a side order of french fries and onion rings. Note that they do have a kid’s menu and kids eat free on certain days. The waitresses outfits show off their bodies just to be informed. Written by Matt Oxman and Todd Elliot
In celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, the Irish Sports Pub, the Tilted Kilt, is rolling out their 2016 Hooley Menuin over 100 locations throughout the US and Canada. Known as “The Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen,” the new menu features a modern-twist on the Irish food classics such as the Corned Beef Hash & Eggs, Corned Beef Sandwich, Hooley Dip and Scotch Eggs; and new Irish drink additions such as the Green Tea and Lucky Kiss.
As a huge corned beef fan, I, personally, am very excited to try the new menu. The Corned Beef Hash & Eggs has their own diced corned beef, russet potatoes, carrots, celery, tomatoes, pearl onions and burgundy gravy; the Hooley Dip is something I definitely want to try as they mix their chilled corned beef and creamy horseradish dip together to create it. The Lucky Kiss– your classic green drink with Jameson Irish Whiskey, Malibu Rum, Midori and pineapple juice; or the Green Tea, which also has Jameson Irish Whiskey, peach schnapps and lemon juice, is something I would be sipping on during St. Patrick’s day!