Tilted Kilt Fort Lauderdale Is Open for Business

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Get ready, Fort Lauderdale, for burgers and brews served by naughty schoolgirls. The Tilted Kilt is now open for business.

See also: Tilted Kilt Plans Four Other South Florida Locations

This is the second South Florida location for the Arizona-based sports pub. A Hallandale Beach location opened last year (and closed shortly after); however, there are plans to open Tilted Kilts in Boca Raton and Davie.

Tilted Kilt Fort Lauderdale features indoor and outdoor seating for 390 people and boasts two bars, including an intimate craft bar. On tap, find 42 varieties of brews, with an additional 20 in bottles.

One hundred and ten HD televisions, including a nine-screen video wall, ensure you'll never miss a game. Of course, if you're watching a linebacker instead of the gorgeous Tikted Kilt girls, maybe you should check your heartbeat.

As for food, Tilted Kilt offers standard sports-bar fare, mixed with some traditional (and not-so-traditional) Irish dishes like potato boxty (a Celtic potato pancake), whiskey-marinated beef skewers, and corned beef and cabbage spring rolls.

A daily happy hour, offered from 3 to 7 p.m. and again from 9 p.m. to close, offers beer specials and appetizers priced from $2 to $6.

Tilted Kilt Fort Lauderdale is open Monday to Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m., Friday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 a.m.

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