Tilted Kilt Ranks Among Cheers' Top 10 Concepts of the Past 25 Years

National Beverage Retailer Magazine Names the Celtic Pub a Key Player

January 05, 2015 // Franchising.com // Tempe AZ – Cheers magazine has ranked Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, a sports bar that pays homage to the old public houses of America, England, Scotland and Ireland, as one of the top concepts of the past 25 years. The list includes an array of restaurants from across the United States ranging from sports bars and steakhouses to upscale cocktail lounges. Some other major industry players included are Fleming's Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar, Yard House and Bar Louie.

Tilted Kilt made the list due to its innovative Celtic-themed, precise tartan costumes and expansion that started in the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas and now spans 100 locations nationwide and in Canada. Per Cheers' the pub is a key player in the "attentive service" sector. The magazine also believes that Tilted Kilt is paving the way for entertainment restaurants of the future.

"With our strong focus on customer service and making sure that each and every guest that walks in the door has an amazing time, we have always know that we are the best entertainment concept out there," said Ron Lynch, President of Tilted Kilt. "It feels great that other people are taking notice of our pub while we are constantly growing and innovating without losing the Tilted Kilt tradition that we were founded on."

Cheers is a national magazine dedicated to providing news and information to the off-premise beverage alcohol retailer. Every issue contains "need to know" information on spirits, wine, beer, other beverages and the ins and outs of modern beverage retailing.

The Tilted Kilt boasts sexy servers, classic Celtic décor, traditional pub fare and sports all under one roof. The architectural features at every location remind guests they are in a classy establishment. Dark mahogany wood 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 are even seen throughout the pub, creating an atmosphere that is fun and entertaining.

For more information on Tilted Kilt, visit http://www.tiltedkilt.com/

About Tilted Kilt

Currently with 100 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 is uniquely different than other sports bars because of its theme that combines Celtic décor, 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 more information, go to www.tiltedkilt.com.

SOURCE Tilted Kilt

Contact:

Amanda Gualtieri
Fishman PR
847-945-1300
agualtieri@fishmanpr.com

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