Tilted Kilt Tempe's New Location Opens Today — And Is Giving Away Free Wings For A Year

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Tilted Kilt is opening its newest location today, Tuesday, August 9, in Tempe and the first 50 people in line will receive free chicken wings for a year. The new location is at 1617 West Warner Road, on the southwest corner of Warner Road and Priest Drive. And doors open at 11 a.m., so get there early if you're a fan of this Celtic-themed breastaurant — er, sports bar's wings. 

The new 11,000-square-foot pub is positioned in front of the restaurant’s corporate headquarters, and can hold 225 guests inside and another 90 on a semi-covered outdoor patio. There's a gaming area, a venue for live entertainment, and a dozen 70 to 80-inch flatscreen TVs on which fans can watch plenty of live sports. 

The new pub replaces the original Tempe location, which stood for nearly 10 years on Warner Road between Hardy Drive and Kyrene Road. For more information, visit Tilted Kilt's website

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