What's in a name? There — or "there..." — opened this week on the ground floor of the Lumina apartment building at West 33rd Avenue and Navajo Street; it's the second outpost for a concept that got its start in Telluride, and is designed to let diners choose their own eating adventure. But just organizing an outing to a restaurant with this name can be a challenge. Says Renae:
I want to go There.
That is such an annoying restaurant name.
It's called There, not That. wink emoticon
But there's more to There than the name, says Trace:
I've been to their spot in Telluride and it's deeeeeelicious and the people were awesome!!
Have you been There? What do you think of the name?
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