Nationwide Sports Pub Breaks in to Northern California’s Bay Area

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery to introduce first official location in Northern California

TEMPE, Ariz.--()--Authentic pub fare and craft beer, with a side of sexy servers is soon to be on the menu for Northern California. Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery today announces the development of the sports pub that pays homage to the old public houses of America, England, Scotland and Ireland. Targeted development markets from San Luis Obispo to the Oregon border include Sacramento, Fresno and the Bay Area. The new locations will join nine existing Tilted Kilt pubs in California’s Southland.

“There are 17.5 million residents in the Northern California territory, a region that is known for having the most loyal fan base in the sporting world. Tilted Kilt is prepared to become the best place to watch all of their favorite sports teams while enjoying an incredible atmosphere”

The new Tilted Kilt pubs will open under the leadership of No Cal Tilt Holding, LLC. Led by Area Developers Justin Lemos and David Kaufman, No Cal Tilt Holding, LLC recently signed on Westmere Capital LLC as a franchise partner. In December, 2014 Westmere signed the lease for Northern California’s inaugural Tilted Kilt in Pleasanton, Calif. The pub will be situated at El Charro Road and Stoneridge Drive and is slated to open in 2016. Westmere, eager to expand in the Northern territory, has signed to add an additional restaurant in the Fremont and Union City area.

SRS Real Estate Partners is pleased to be exclusively representing Tilted Kilt on all real estate deals for the Northern Californian locations. Leading the Tilted Kilt account will be First Vice President for SRS Real Estate Partner’s Northern California team, Ross White. White is a well-respected real estate professional specializing in retail tenant representation, with an emphasis on the restaurant industry.

“There are 17.5 million residents in the Northern California territory, a region that is known for having the most loyal fan base in the sporting world. Tilted Kilt is prepared to become the best place to watch all of their favorite sports teams while enjoying an incredible atmosphere,” said Mark Hanby, Vice President of Franchise Development. “With Justin and David on the ground floor, I am confident in their abilities to grow the brand, expanding our footprint in a tremendously appealing market like Northern California.”

With more than 100 locations open across the United States and Canada, the Tilted Kilt boasts sexy servers, classic Celtic décor, traditional pub fare and sports all under one roof. The architectural features at every location remind guests they are in a classy establishment. Dark mahogany wood fills the bar and the stained glass doors and wainscoting add to the charm. Combined with pool tables, dart boards and large plasma TVs, Tilted Kilt is the best place to watch sports and hang out with friends. Humorous and slightly bawdy limericks are even seen throughout the pub, creating an atmosphere that is fun and entertaining.

For more information about franchising in the Northern California market and Tilted Kilt, contact Justin Lemos at justinlemos@tiltedkilt.com or David Kaufman at dkaufman@tiltedkilt.com.

About Tilted Kilt

Tilted Kilt, known as “The Best Looking Sports Pub You’ve Ever Seen,” has 100 units in operation throughout the U.S. and Canada, with additional 20 pubs in various stages of development. Tilted Kilt is uniquely different than other sports bars because of its theme that combines Celtic décor, humorous and slightly bawdy limericks and sexy cast members with great food, drinks and a fun, entertaining atmosphere. The original restaurant concept was developed in the Rio Hotel in Las Vegas in 2003. For more information, go to www.tiltedkilt.com.

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Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery today announces the development of the sports pub that pays homage to the old public houses of America, England, Scotland and Ireland in Northern California.