Ocala’s Tilted Kilt promises a good time and great service but also quality food to match. Sit down to an authentic shepherd’s pie, a plate of fish and chips or a helping of Scotch eggs for the taste of fresh, homemade food in an Irish pub atmosphere.
“Our fish and chips are a good staple, and on Wednesdays, we have all-you-can-eat wings,” says Tilted Kilt’s General Manager Nefty Montfort.
Of course, there are still burgers, sandwiches, soups and salads, but the Tilted Kilt adds its own Irish twist. Try the Wicked Boston Big Arse Burger loaded with maple pepper bacon and Samuel Adams Boston Lager caramelized onion relish or the Mediterranean Salmon topped with roasted peppers, onions, green olives and mustard cream sauce. Montfort suggests trying one of the wraps since they’re a fan favorite. Heat things up with the Spicy Southwest Chicken Wrap, or pick your own wing sauce for the Chicken Tender Wrap.
“Most of what we have is made from scratch,” says Montfort. “Our fish come in fresh, our steaks are hand-cut and our chicken is marinated in-house.”
There’s also a sampler platter just for those who want to try more than one dish. And, for something new and tasty, try the Tilted Kilt’s own buffalo chicken or barbecue pork served over macaroni and cheese.
Grab dinner and test your knowledge on Trivia Night every Monday from 7 to 9pm, and don’t miss the Tilted Kilt’s annual breast cancer awareness fundraiser coming up in October. Bike Night is on the first Saturday of every month from 6 to 10pm, and the Tilted Kilt hosts car shows on the third Saturday of every month from 5 to 9pm.
“The last bike night is in November, and that’s the biggest one,” says Montfort.
The Bearded Brothers Band from New Port Richey will be performing live, too. Stay tuned to the Tilted Kilt’s Facebook page for more upcoming news and specials.
Tilted Kilt › 3155 E Silver Springs Blvd., Ocala › (352) 351-5458 › ocala.tiltedkilt.com › Sun-Sat 11a-close