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Tilted Kilt

If you are looking for a place with ice cold beer, lots of taps, great food and pretty girls…then look no further than Titled Kilt! Tilted Kilt is conveniently located at 3019 Erie Blvd. East in Syracuse and they are open daily from 11 am to 1 am. There is always something fun happening at Titled Kilt.
Come in on Mondays and play a game or two of Corn Hole while enjoying the summer and an ice cold beer! Tuesday night is Trivia night, use all of that knowledge you’ve gathered over the years and enjoy some great specials! You can’t miss Wednesdays at Titled Kilt because it’s Bike Night! Spend time outside in the spectacular summer weather and enjoy live music (usually beginning @ 7pm), awesome specials, of course the always beautiful Kilt Girls and more! There is no better way to enjoy Wednesdays in Central NY! Thursday is ladies night and ladies can get $2.50 well mixers!

Tilted Kilt specializes in pretty girls in cute outfits, ice cold beer, and fantastic food. For an appetizer you should start with the Pub Pretzels. Delicious Bavarian style soft-baked pretzels served with signature Guinness® Beer Cheese Sauce or the Tilted Onion Stack, thinly sliced onions coated in their special blend of seasonings, deep-fried and served with their TK Sweet Burner Sauce. If you are in the mood for a salad try the Spicy South West Chicken Salad, a fresh lettuce blend tossed with cucumbers, red and green peppers and a spicy southwest dressing, topped with grilled chicken, tortilla strips, jack and cheddar dine-tilted-kilt-girlscheeses and pico de gallo or the Flat Iron Steak Salad, a fresh lettuce blend tossed with tomatoes, cucumbers and your choice of dressing, topped with tender slices of grilled flat iron steak, caramelized red onions and bleu cheese crumbles. The burgers are great at the Titled Kilt so try the Pub Fried Egg Burger topped with American cheese and Applewood smoked bacon topped off with a fried egg. They have several Celtic inspired sandwiches including the Kilt Paddy Melt, a beef patty topped with melted Swiss cheese and grilled red onions, the Scottish Cheese Steak, shaved rib eye steak topped with grilled peppers, onions and melted provolone cheese, and the Irish Dip, shaved rib eye steak topped with melted Swiss cheese and a side of piping hot au jus for dipping. It wouldn’t be an irish pub without some great Irish entrees including Shepard Pie, a traditional pub favorite with seasoned ground beef, carrots, peas and mushroom gravy topped with red skin mashed potatoes and parmesan cheese served with garlic bread and Olde Dublin Irish Stew, Tender beef pot roast, red potatoes, carrots, celery, onions and peas slow-cooked in a rich and hearty Guinness® beef stock served with a side of garlic bread. You also can’t go wrong with Tilted Kilt Wings, traditional, boneless, or grilled in six signature sauces. These wings perfectly compliment their delicious selection of Flatbread Pizzas.

We arrived at the Tilted Kilt on a sunny Thursday evening. We were immediately greeted by the super friendly hostess and promptly seated at a great table. As two ladies heading to a place that is famous for both their food and their Kilt Girls, we were pleasantly surprised that we were not the least bit uncomfortable. Our waitress, a recent college grad, was very sweet and extremely knowledgeable about the restaurant and the menu! Upon her suggestion we started our meal with the TK Irish Nachos- loaded with fresh-cooked crispy potato chips covered with their signature Guinness® Beer Cheese Sauce, dine-tilted-kilt-barseasoned ground beef and tomatoes. They were amazing! For a meal I just couldn’t make up my mind between a salad or wings, so I ordered both! I had the TK Boneless wings in Titled Sauce (medium heat), the perfect amount of heat, and a Pub Caesar Salad, made the classic way with fresh romaine, Caesar dressing, parmesan cheese and croutons. Cecelia decided on the Inferno Burger with grilled jalapeños, pepper jack cheese and their signature Kilt Burner Mayo and an order of delicious garlic fries. It was cooked to perfection and the garlic fries were to die for! We were stuffed but we were told that we absolutely could not skip dessert so we had the Titled Guilt, a partially baked gooey chocolate chip cookie (you can also try it with a white chocolate macadamia nut cookie) served hot from the oven and topped with vanilla ice cream and chocolate syrup. If you take anything away from this article it should be that you absolutely MUST order the Tilted Guilt. My life was not complete before I tasted this dessert!

Looking for something great for the Dad or Grad in your life? Take them out for an evening they are sure to enjoy at the Titled Kilt! For more information on the Titled Kilt and their upcoming events be sure to check out their website at www.tiltedkilt.com/locations/syracuse or on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TiltedKiltSyracuse. Stop by the Titled Kilt today and get Tilted!

Nadine Vandewalker