by Marc Hurwitz
A small chain of Celtic-themed sports bars has closed its sole Boston location after less than a year in business.
Eater Boston is reporting that Tilted Kilt in the Fenway is no longer in business, leaving only one left in all of Massachusetts (in Billerica), while another outlet that had tried to open in Quincy a few years ago was ultimately rejected by that city. The Las Vegas-based chain is known in part for its female servers who dress in revealing Scottish-style outfits (it is often called both a "Scottish Hooters" and a "breastaurant"), while offering pub grub and comfort food with Scottish, Irish, and British influences.
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Tilted Kilt first opened on Brookline Avenue last February, taking over the space where Copperfield's had been.
The address for this now-closed sports bar in the Fenway was: Tilted Kilt, 96 Brookline Avenue, Boston, MA, 02215. The website for the chain can be found at http://tiltedkilt.com/
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