Tilted Kilt: New Brestaurant Opens in Hallandale (Photos)

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Oh, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery. You describe yourself as the "best looking sports bar you've ever seen", but we're guessing that you're not talking about your Irish pub theme or your wooden bar.

Nope -- it's all about the Kilt Girls. Servers and bartenders dressed in teeny-tiny plaid kilts and oh-so-tight white shirts. Knee socks and Mary Janes complete the outfit.

Remember when Britney Spears dressed as a hot schoolgirl? That's what we're talking about! Oh, and there's food and beer too (because you need some sort of excuse to walk into the place, don't you?).

The food...of course. Food. Classic pub food like Olde Dublin Irish Stew and Maggie Mae's Fish & Chips are on the menu, as is a "Fat Bastard's" meatloaf sandwich.

"Big Arse" burgers go well with their beer selection (over a dozen on tap including Smithwick's and Newcastle). Beer is good -- but you might want to go for the "shakers", cocktails hand-shaken by a Kilt Girl at your table.

Like that other "brestaurant" that boasts girls in orange shorts, there's a calendar, complete with Kilt Girls in tartan bikinis (nothing wrong with that picture).

The "Kilt" is also a sports bar, with live viewing parties for major sporting events, including boxing. These Kilt Girls look like they're into the sport.

If you want a side of eye candy with your burgers and beer, Tilted Kilt is open Monday - Wednesday from 11 a.m. - 1 a.m.; Thursday - Sunday from 11 a.m. - 2 a.m.

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