Im just wondering what are some of the funnier or wittier names of bars or restaraunts that you have been to are.
I just moved to Sioux Lookout in northern Ontario and there is a Pub and Grill here that goes by the name of Desperate Dick's and Durty Nellies Pub and Grill. Went there tonight for supper and it was really good.
Another one that was about half hour - 45 min drive from where I used to live was called Harry Stones Bar and Grill.
So Lounge what do you guys got?
Last edited by southpaw24: 03-06-2010 at 09:36 PM.
There's a restaurant in Montreal called Phuk Et. It's Thai Food.
haha and its also a city that apparently Joe Thornton goes all the time to in the summer
he said its actually pronounced Fooooo ket
I was in Nice, France. Wandering around for a school trip back in grade 11. The bar/restaurant rhymed with rinks... but substitute r for ch. It had a buddha as a logo and there was not one single chinese person working there lol... but it was a chinese restaurant with a modern (non chinese) bar. It made a decent drink in case youre wondering
There's a restaurant opened by 2 Americans here in Beijing called White's Castle, where in the first 6 months of operation allowed only western customers - primarily white people with the occasional black customers allowed.
They barred all people of Asian descent from dining there. It was supposedly their "gimmick".
That didn't sit well with the Asian population here which is, um, quite large seeing that it's China. More importantly, it REALLY didn't go over well with the expat population here who think it's beyond offensive and ridiculous. They were forced to scrap the discriminatory policy after half year when pretty much the entire foreigner population here boycotted them.
Mmm, mediocre, overpriced food. That said, I've ate there way too many times as I used to live a block or so away.
We have a couple places with stupid names, not so sure about the funny part (The Wooden Monkey for one). If this were the old Lounge you would have opened up a whole can of worms with mention of the Moustache.