Headliners from the Food Court in Hell …
from the Department of Business Body Parts:
This just doesn’t quite make us want to sit down and have a happy nosh …
Maybe it’s us, but when we think of good restaurant names, we don’t think of those that relate to the eventual . . . output, so to speak, the, er, end product, let’s say, of the food we’re about to consume or, for that matter, any other thing that comes out of the human body.
Sadly, though, some restaurant names are clearly lost in translation — and conjure up images that are less than appetizing. Herewith, 9 of the best (which is to say stupidest) restaurant names that refer to bodily emissions. Plus, just because we liked it so much, one human-organ-named cafe.
Something’s not quite right here.
An oldie but a goodie, and seasonally apropos, of course …
The name seems appropriate for October to some degree, but we’re still a tad unclear as to its provenance . . . In other words, huh?
We’ve heard the service is crappy here…
This name does not make us want to pull up and chow down, so to speak (Of course, there may be those who disagree. We do not want to hear the reasons, thanks so much.)
snack stand, Cyprus
We submit the below — chosen as one of the 10 worst restaurant names by Zagat.com. It just doesn’t conjure up lip-smacking tastiness, does it? (Wait. Perhaps we should rephrase that…)
Beaver Choice restaurant, Tempe, Arizona
This just doesn’t draw us in. However, it does seem like a dandy place to entertain the ex.
restaurant, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
When you want only the merely adequate in cuisine, may we suggest . . .
Someone had a great name for a restaurant. Sadly, that someone wasn’t around when this one was named . . .
We bet it is VERY much so. (Full of Roman, that is, natch.)