Now Open: Tilted Kilt at CityScape

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Just in time for the All-Star game, locally owned "breastaurant" (didn't know that's what they were called? Click here to educate yourself) Tilted Kilt has opened its sixth location at the downtown commercial/retail/restaurant giant CityScape.  

Whew, we were worried we would have to continue going to Hooters for our dose of downtown T&A. 

So next time you are in the area, pop into the pub & eatery for and ice cold beer, a hefty BBQ bacon cheeseburger and a dose of Titled Kilt's signature customer service "touchology". 

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