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Tilted Kilt Plans Four Other South Florida Locations

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Tilted Kilt, the Arizona-based chain that features servers dressed in a cross between naughty schoolgirl and Gaelic sex kitten, is opening four more locations in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

In May 2013, Fort Lauderdale-based TKSF Management Group, created to bring Tilted Kilt to South Florida, opened the first Broward location of the beef-and-beer establishment in Hallandale Beach.

In October 2013, the company announced plans to open an 8,500-square-foot space on four lots, taking over 201, 207, 215, and 219 S. Andrews Ave. in Fort Lauderdale, with a late summer opening date planned.

See Also: Tilted Kilt Opening in Downtown Fort Lauderdale

Now, the South Florida Business Journal reports a 300-seat Tilted Kilt will open at 3300 Airport Road in Boca Raton later this year, with 7,000 square feet of indoor dining space and a 1,500-square-foot outdoor area.

Another Tilted Kilt is in the works for Davie, along with five other restaurants in the next three years. Tilted Kilt has nearly 100 locations in the United States and Canada, proving once again that people like a side of boob with their beer and burgers.



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