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He needs a few  Celtic tapas
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Tilted Kilt’s new Hoppy Hour menu gives tapas a Celtic twist so America can sample a variety of New Celtic dishes along with their pints The dishes range in price from $2 to $5and are offered between 3-7 pm and then again from 9 pm – close. The menu features the following dishes:

Pint O’Fries: Choose your flavor: sea salt and cracked pepper, Cajun or garlic parmesan. Served with a side of spicy ketchup, spicy mustard or melted beer cheese.

Slider Town: Choose your favorite: grilled meatloaf or pulled pork and BBQ.

Corned Beef and Cabbage Spring Rolls: Corned beef, braised cabbage, red onions and carrots wrapped in a spring roll shell, served with spicy mustard.

Potato Boxty: A Celtic potato pancake with julienne and mashed potatoes and scallions, grilled and topped with your choice of mushroom and Swiss or pulled pork and BBQ.

Buffalo Chicken Dip: A spicy buffalo chicken dip served with crispy potato chips.

Whiskey Beef: Irish whiskey marinated beef skewers, griddled and served with spicy mustard and Samuel Adams® Boston Lager demi glaze.

Celtic Poutine: Also known as “Disco Fries,” the dish features thin cut fries topped with white cheddar cheese curds, crispy bacon and Samuel Adams® demi glaze.

The Tilted Kilt has sexy servers, classic Celtic décor, traditional pub fare and sports all under one roof. Classy architectural features are at every location. Dark mahogany fills the bar and the stained glass doors and wainscoting add to the charm. Combined with pool tables, dart boards and large plasma TVs, Tilted Kilt is the best place to watch sports and hang out with friends. Humorous and slightly bawdy limericks posted throughout the pub create an entertaining atmosphere.

With 94 open units in the US and Canada and 20 in development, the Tilted Kilt is known as “The Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen.” It also offers some of the most entertaining small plates I have ever enjoyed. And, yes, whiskey beef goes down well with beer

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