Tilted Kilt Opening in Downtown Fort Lauderdale

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Downtown Fort Lauderdale is the home to the second Broward County Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery location.

The restaurant is the newest addition to the celtic-themed chain which featured 36 varieties of beer on tap, 80 flat screen televisions, and, or course, Kilt Girls.

See also: Tilted Kilt: New Brestaurant Opens in Hallandale

The girls, dressed in Britney-Spears-Goes-To-Scotland attire, are the obvious main attraction to Tilted Kilt even though they do serve lunch, dinner, and offer a daily happy hour. The fare is sports bar grub with a bit of Irish fare. Look for fish and chips and Dublin stew on the menu alongside the Big Arse" burgers. And, in addition to a large beer selection, Kilt Girls will hand-shake cocktails at your table.

The 8,500 square foot restaurant will be located on four lots, taking over 201, 207, 215, and 219 S. Andrews Avenue.

The Tilted Kilt will also feature an outside patio and 50 designated parking spots and is scheduled to open on St. Patrick's Day, 2014. When opened, the Tilted Kilt will be the largest sports bar in Downtown Fort Lauderdale.

The restaurant is being opened by Fort Lauderdale-based TKSF Management Group, which was created to bring the Tilted Kilt franchise to South Florida. The group has plans to open five more locations in south Florida in the next three years. The first south Florida Tilted Kilt opened in Hallandale this past Spring.

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