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Taps: 18 / Bottles: 6
Cask: N / Beer-to-Go: N
$$ - reasonable
[ Bar, Eatery ]
8133 Honeygo Blvd
phone: (410) 497-0792
(Place added by: JT2875 on 01-18-2011)
Ratings & Reviews
| Reviews: 4
Reviews by johnmichaelsen:
vibe: 4 | quality: 2 | service: 3.5 | selection: 3.5 | food: 3 | $$
What's kind of odd about this place, is that from the outside it looks like your typical pseudo Irish pub sitting in a strip mall. Of course once you go inside, you realize what you've gotten yourself into (for good or for bad). This is essentially a hooters wannnabe (I've learned the genre is referred to as "breastaraunts"), except with the female staff garbed in two piece outfits showing a lot of cleavage and mucho leg (white top blouses and a short kilt). Heh, it's not my place to judge, but it would probably be a good idea for the folks here to do a somewhat better job warning young families and mormon missionaries what they're about to get themselves into once they walk inside. Otherwise, the atmosphere is fine, in a sports bar meets fake Irish pub kind of way. This place is good size, with at least 30 flat screen TV's. There's a good size wrap around bar in the middle, and two or three good size dining areas.
As for the beer selection, I'll be nice and just say it isn't very good. There are 23 beers on tap (and one cider), but that includes all the usual American and English macros and a less than exciting array of craft beer (yuengling, Leinenkugel, SA lager and summerfest, etc.). They even had Killians Red on tap, something I haven't seen in years. Probably the most interesting beer on draft was the arrogant bastard, while the most interesting bottle selection was SNPA.
Food is OK. As you would expect, the food selection is mostly pub grub items (wraps, wings, burgers, fries, etc.). I got the chicken wrap, which was decent. It was a bit on the salty side, and had too much mayo (for me at least), but was otherwise fine. It and the garlic fries that came with it were decidedly average, but again, what would you expect? Service was quick and friendly. The bartender didn't offer a lot of info (no reason to), and I doubt knew a whole lot about beer, but at a place like this, why would he need to? Prices were OK I thought. My 20 ounce glass of hoegarten, BL platinum and wrap came to around $22.
Some of the more amusing things that happened while I was there.... there are a fair number of Irish beer and whiskey mirrors, and at one point I saw one of the waitresses doing a cleavage adjustment in the mirror. Apparently something was out of order (too much, too little, I really couldn't tell), but after a few moments adjustment, all was well. Also, the kilt was advertising an upcoming beer dinner, which struck me as just weird. It was with sierra nevada, and the beer selection for the dinner was considerably better than any of the stuff currently available. They were going to serve the kellerweisse, torpedo IPA, Hoptimum (I gather) and summerfest, every one of which was superior by far to the crap on tap the day I was here. Maybe they're trying to slowly expose the clientele to a better selection of beer? Who knows....
Shrug. Obviously, the beer and food selection isn't the draw at the kilt. It is what it is.... let's leave it at that.
04-21-2012 19:10:50 |
More by johnmichaelsen
More User Reviews:
vibe: 3 | quality: 3.5 | service: 4 | selection: 4.5 | $$$
I visited this place after the red brick station, very different places sitting next to each other. I was greeted promptly by a couple of scantily clad women. Not bad for the eyes and sweet as hell, the bartender was dressed the same and nice as well. I didn't order any food but I did notice the had a twisted kilt lager on tap so I ordered that. The bartender served it in a 22 oz. frosted glass, oh well. It was a typical American Adjunct Lager, I wont get in to that review here. I grabbed a glass and received a bag to carry it in and instructions to be careful not to break it. I could see going in to grab wings, look at beautiful women and get hammered with some friends but that's about it.
01-20-2012 03:34:55 |
More by nickthetick
vibe: 4 | quality: 3.5 | service: 3 | selection: 3 | food: 3 | $$
I went to the Tilted Kilt over the weekend to watch the O's game. I didn't really know what to expect. I had heard that there was an okay beer selection, but was let down. There are a few good craft selections aside from the usual Sam Adams and Sierra Nevada, but mostly there are only BMC products. Everything is definitely overpriced.
The service was slow, and somewhat unfriendly, but I had a good time anyway. The place is like Hooters meets a wannabe irish pub so there's plenty to look at. If you're looking for a place to go watch the game with your bros this is a decent spot I guess.
04-12-2011 16:58:43 |
More by patreely12
vibe: 4.5 | quality: 5 | service: 5 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
Located at the Avenue in White Marsh which is a high end mall district. While there is ample parking here on a Friday or weekend will result in you more than likely not getting a close spot.
We showed up at lunch time on a Friday and the place was booming but we were immediately seated. As you walk in you pick up on a Irish theme as a result of the decor and the ladies wear short but tasteful kilts, knee highs, and tight button up half shirts. A bar which seats 40+ people centers the area with numerous tables flanking both sides. Even with the 200+ people there you didn't feel crowded.
Upon reviewing the menu they had a good selection of craft beer on tap such as Clipper City Brewing (Peg Leg), Bass Ale, Hoegaard, Stone Arrogant Bastard, Kilkenny, Harp, Sierra Nevada, and Dogfish Head. Plus numerous bottles as well.
Food was that of a pub with some great dinner selections as well. The food was great and service was outstanding. I had a beer in my hand within minutes and food came fast as well.
This is located directly accross from a microbrewery (Redbrick Station) and I would chose this place over it.
01-18-2011 21:24:09 |
More by JT2875
Tilted Kilt in White Marsh, MD
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