Irish pubs of old were regarded for their welcoming charm, hearty fare, and ability to hide flat-screen TVs from noisy British soldiers. Celebrate their high-definition legacy with today's Groupon: for $10, you get $20 worth of pub fare at Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery on International Drive.
The Tilted Kilt wraps diners in a Celtic-inspired pub suffused with a raucous atmosphere marked by weekly live music, plentiful HDTVs, and scantily kilted servers known as "cast members." Feast eyes on the extensive menu before sinking teeth into teasers such as irish nachos ($6.99), which supplant tortillas with potato chips and sub napkins for Tex-Mex eating gloves. Meander mouth-first through one of seven burgers ($8.99+), yank apart personal pizzas ($6.99+), or dive into pub entrees such as Danny Boy's shepherd's pie ($11.99). Post-main-plate-consumption, add a delectable addendum with a Titled Guilt ($5.99), a warm chocolate-chip cookie crowned with vanilla ice cream.
The Tilted Kilt blends live music and a boisterous aura with Irish roots by celebrating St. Practice Day the 17th of every month and Groundhog Day every other day. Within the restaurant's cozy confines, diners punctuate meals with games of pool, trips to the bar, and cheers for live football, baseball, hockey, and college athletics.
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery
Beautiful waitresses clad in plaid mini kilts crisscross Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, hoisting trays of Celtic-themed pub fare as sports fans catch games on high-definition TVs. Almost a decade old, the Tilted Kilt franchise originated in Las Vegas, where restaurateur Mark DiMartino first conceived of a sports bar with Irish touches—an idea that has since spread across the country. Patrons can stay out late at the pub, spending the night sipping on beers while sampling burgers, fish ‘n’ chips, or shepherd’s pie filled with beef and veggies. On a weekly basis, musicians enliven the already party-like atmosphere, strumming tunes or throwing up fistfuls of counterfeit money on the eatery’s patio.