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Tilted Kilt Brings Back Irish Hooley Menu for St. Patrick’s Day

February 28, 2017 Industry News
Industry News

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery announced the return of its annual Irish Hooley menu. Paying homage to the restaurant’s Irish origins, the menu is available just in time for St. Patrick’s Day from February 27 through April 2.

Featuring an array of traditional Irish-fare classics, four new items will be made available including:

  • Irish Chip Dip—Chilled corned beef and creamy horseradish dip, served with pub-made potato chips.
  • Corned Beef Hash & Eggs—Diced corned beef, roasted red potatoes, onions and two eggs any style, served with sourdough toast.
  • Corned Beef Sandwich—Tender corned beef and braised cabbage, served on a toasted hoagie.
  • Corned Beef & Cabbage—Tender corned beef, red-skinned potatoes, carrots and braised cabbage.

In addition to diverse Irish dishes, the Hooley menu will feature a variety of Celtic drinks, tap beers, Irish whiskey, shooters, bombers and brilliant bevvie’s.

“Our Irish Hooley menu items feature the fresh and bold flavors seen on the Tilted Kilt menu with a customary Irish twist,” stated Tilted Kilt President Ron Lynch. “Debuted annually, this is our favorite way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day while simultaneously providing guests with something new and exciting to delight taste buds."

On St. Patrick’s Day, community members are encouraged to visit their local Tilted Kilt for celebratory parties featuring the Irish Hooley menu, as well as the Tilted Kilt beauties in traditional Scottish kilts, green beer, and other festivities that may include live music, Irish dancers, bagpipers and more.

With more than 90 locations across the U.S. and Canada, the Tilted Kilt boasts a wide array of sports and traditional pub food and drinks all under one roof. Combined with pool tables, dart boards, large TVs and additional amenities, the Tilted Kilt is the best place to watch sports and hang out with friends. Humorous and slightly bawdy limericks are seen throughout the pub, creating an atmosphere that is fun and entertaining.

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