Denver is about to see a run of new restaurants with similar-sounding names. Work & Class opens next week. Guard and Grace is coming in February. Opening a month or so later is Salt & Grinder -- which will also go by its initials, S&G. That prompted a slight name change for Stoic & Genuine, the fishhouse that Jen Jasinski and Beth Gruitch are putting in Union Station; construction continues, but plans to use S&G in the signage have been Our post rounding up these name games led to a tasty conversation on searchabiity, typography and more.
For example, this from bondadprevalece:
I feel like restaurant names are starting to sound more and more like boutique clothing shops.
What is the best restaurant name you've heard of? The worst? Post your suggestions below.
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