Tilted Kilt tests bacon flights

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Customers can buy a bacon flight or bacon by the slice at Tilted Kilt in Tempe, Arizona.
Customers can buy a bacon flight or bacon by the slice at Tilted Kilt in Tempe, Arizona. (photo: Tilted Kilt)
 

Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery is testing a “bacon bar” concept at its corporate restaurant in Tempe, Arizona, Nation’s Restaurant News reported.

Eight large, thick-cut pieces of bacon are available in six flavors: Chipotle raspberry, barbecue, garlic Parmesan, fiery and “naked” or plain. The slices are pre-cooked and seasoned, then reheated to order in a convection oven. Customers can buy individual slices for $1 apiece.

Bacon Bar menu at Tilted Kilt in Tempe, Arizona.
 

 

The bacon bar usually opens during happy hour and on weekends during football season.

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