I had heard of “The Tilted Kilt” but didn’t know too much about it other than it is often compared to Hooters. The combination of the fact that I am a girl and I don’t really love wings, has pretty much kept me away from Hooters. Don’t get me wrong, I would probably go if someone asked me tonight or tomorrow because I rarely say no to food/entertaining environments, it just has not made it to the top of my list yet.

I was planning on meeting my stepdad, Dave, my mom, my stepsister Leslie and her husband Matt in Baltimore to celebrate Dave’s birthday. Phew! That was a mouth-full! Did you get all of that? Leslie suggested the Tilted Kilt being that none of us had been there before and it would definitely be quite an experience.

I have to say my initial thoughts were a little skeptical considering we were going with our parents. I know we are all adults but I was hoping it wouldn’t be like those awkward moments when you go to the movies with your mom and all of the sudden male nudity in movies is legal (thank you Forgetting Sarah Marshall) and you are just sitting there, next to your mom, not saying anything and just staring. That is kind of what I was thinking this experience was going to be like.

Ill be honest, I was pleasantly surprised! It was a fun, pub like restaurant, almost like a Shannon Rose, except with really pretty waitresses wearing a little less clothing than normal. Now, people will also say that Hooters is known for the girls, not necessarily the food. I don’t know if that is true or not BUT I do know that the food at the Tilted Kilt was actually really good and the menu selection was more than plenty.

For all of you who have toyed with the idea of checking it out (or the waitresses out for that matter) I would recommend it! It’s a fun atmosphere with lots of good food and drinks to choose from.

Lastly, you have to go to find out the meaning of “Tilted Kilt” as it is written on the wall 🙂

Tilted What?

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One thought on “Tilted What?

  1. It looks like the sandwich is talking!

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