New Openings: Tilted Kilt Mississauga
Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery opened its doors in Mississauga just over a month ago at the old Fox and Fiddle location, behind the Sussex Centre.
It's a new addition to the sports bar line up with an Irish pub look and feel and it features their world famous Tilted Kilt Girls(tm) (yes, that is trademarked) in thigh high kilts and crop tops, baring their toned mid-sections and other body parts. Before you start thinking it's a Hooters-lite, take comfort in the fact that the male staff sport kilts too.
The entire space was gutted and is now filled with dark wood, framed photos and a lot of TVs -- 45 to be exact -- and two big screens.
Unique for: In addition to their World Famous Tilted Kilt Girls(tm), there is a long bar that takes centre stage and a 150 foot open window patio -- which means bar access from the patio during the warmer months of the year. There is also year-round pro and college sports action on all of the screens. Private section bookings with TVs dedicated to the section and Pay Per View fights are also available.
Menu Concept: The menu has everything from salads to burgers to traditional pub fare, including TK signature items like the Classic "Big Arse" (r) Hamburger (a 1/2 lb burger with your choice of cheese) and Classic Fish & Chips made with cod fillets dipped in Samuel Adams Boston Lager (r) beer. You will also find weekly steak specials featuring the chef's cut. The drink menu includes 40 drafts on tap, over 30 types of whiskey, beer cocktails, kilt bombers, wine and premium spirits.
Why Mississauga? Mississauga's dense population around the Square One area, which includes a number of condominiums and businesses, brought Tilted Kilt's third Ontario location to Mississauga.
Seats: 100+ inside and an estamated 100+ on the patio when it’s built.
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