The Tilted Kilt: Shaking up summer with shakers

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tiltedkilt1The Tilted Kilt restaurant in San Diego is a sports bar that pays homage to the old public houses of America, England, Scotland and Ireland. They have just launched their annual Shakers limited time offer drink menu. The Shakers are served in 16 oz. Mason Jars and delivered table-side by a Tilted Kilt cast member.

Customers can select from 7 new and summer drink recipes at an affordable price. Some of the uniquely named Shakers include the Watermelon Shaker, Pain Reliever, Habanero Lime-Aid, Jacked Up Rita, Captain’s Energy Tea, Kiss My Kraken, and Cherry Lime-Bull.

For a limited time the specially-mixed drinks are available at the Tilted Kilt’s San Diego location near Petco Park. Customers can also post select recipes on the Tilted Kilt website so readers can create the drink for a fun girls night in or a celebratory event.

Currently with 80 restaurants in the US and Canada, the Tilted Kilt is known as “The Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen.” It is uniquely different than other sports bars because of its theme that combines Celtic decor, humorous and slightly bawdy limericks and sexy cast members with great food, drinks and a fun entertaining atmosphere. The original restaurant concept was developed in the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas in 2003.

For something yummy to wash down your shakers:tiltedkilt2

TK Irish Nachos:  Fresh-cooked crispy Potato Chips covered with Cheese Sauce, seasoned Ground Beef and Tomatoes.

Classic Nachos:  House-made Tortilla Chips covered with lots of Cheese, Refried Beans, Jalapeños, Tomatoes, Black Olives and fresh Salsa.  Order them Fully Loaded with seasoned Ground Beef or grilled Chicken, Sour Cream and Guacamole.

Drunken Clams:  “We didn’t even know they drank!” Steamed in Beer and served with Garlic Bread.

Mozzarella Sticks:  Battered Mozzarella Sticks served with a side of Marinara Sauce.

Five Quid Squid:  Tender fried Calamari served with a side of Marinara Sauce.

For more information, go to www.tiltedkilt.com.

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