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  • #598054

    abee9258
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    Hello to all,

    I will soon be be”h opening up a new fast food restaurant in one of the large frum communities. The restaurant is going to serve a variety of sandwiches, all on baguettes including schnitzel, steak, grilled chicken, 220g burgers etc, etc.

    I have been debating between two names and I’m curious to know the opinions of my fellow coffee room readers.

    The names I have been contemplating are grill bar and baguette bar. I would appreciate some opinions.

    Thanx

    #801502

    TheGoq
    Participant

    They are both a little vanilla can u add something to make it stand out?

    #801503

    Grill Bar…id I had 2 choose between the two..

    #801504

    A23
    Participant

    Grill Bar is way too generic. Baguette Bar is a little better, but I would be concerned about people just thinking you’re confusing it with Burgers Bar.

    #801505

    haifagirl
    Participant

    Not crazy about either. How about Baguetteria?

    #801506

    dunno
    Member

    I’m voting for Baguette Bar. Sounds more upper class to me

    #801507

    220 g burgers? Three of those and I’ll still be hungry!

    Baguette bar is the better of the 2.

    Speaking of which, did you hear about the S.Y. and the Ashkenazi who opened a restaurant together? It’s called Douek and Feffer.

    #801508

    minyan gal
    Member

    I think something like “The Baguettery” would be nice.

    #801509

    bpt
    Participant

    For sure not baguette bar. It doesnt sound like fleshig food.

    And if you are interested in a personal opinion, I think Grill King (or HotSpot) would fly with less resistance than anything with the word “bar” in it. Not sure which hechsher you will carry, but many of them will balk at putting their name on a place called a bar. (At least the ones in my immediate area.)

    The real question is, how good are your fries and onion rings? And will you offer a real good garlic mayo dip?

    #801510

    ☕ DaasYochid ☕
    Participant

    How about The Baguette Grill?

    #801511

    mewho
    Participant

    why ”bar”

    are you serving alcohol?

    #801512

    wanderingchana
    Participant

    Are you talking about a real French-style baguette? Or what’s called a hoagie-grinder-sub depending on where you live?

    #801513

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    I’m voting for Baguette Bar. Sounds more upper class to me

    sounds more Israeli to me

    #801514

    ronrsr
    Member

    There is now a restaurant in Williamsburg called Trayf. Why not call yours simply Kosher?

    Actually, I don’t like either name. I think you can do better.

    #801515

    MDG
    Participant

    600 kilo bear said “220 g burgers? Three of those and I’ll still be hungry!”

    Unless you are really a 600 kilo bear, I think that you’d be satisfied with 1.5 pounds of meat with all the fixings.

    #801516

    deiyezooger
    Member

    How about “The Grill Guy”? Puting a picture of an oversized “Grill Guy” fliping hot burgers on your adds will surly make some people hungry… and that name should go well with a fast food take out store. (if you open something fancy then you need a more classy name).

    #801517

    mewho
    Participant

    Baguettes and More

    Baguette Bistro

    #801518

    charliehall
    Participant

    Grill Bar may get confused with Grill Point if you are in the New York area.

    #801519

    brotherofurs
    Participant

    i like deiyezooger’s idea :D.. but if i had to choose btwn the two of those i would pik baguette bar because it soundss better because they both start with ‘B’

    #801520

    🙂 I don’t eat carbs on weekdays. 1.5 pounds of raw meat is about what I use to make ONE burger. One nice-sized bag of chopped meat from our local shoichet and factory = about 1.3 to 1.5 kilos = 2 hubcap sized burgers for me. Even one 220 g burger on a bun would be enough though; the empty calories of the bun would fill me up.

    I’m in Eastern Europe – I know my metric measurements very well!

    600 kilo bears in zoos eat over 20 lbs of meat and fish a day. They’re lousy pets.

    #801521

    minyan gal
    Member

    600 Kilo – if you lived here in Canada, you would also need to know your metric measurements. The odd thing in Canada is that the supermarket fliers still advertise their goods in pounds, so that the items sound less costly than if advertised by the kilo.

    #801522

    ChanieE
    Participant

    Baguettes were all the rage when I was in seminary many years ago, so to me, baguettes just seem milchig. If you want to include “baguette” to differentiate yourself from a standard burger joint, I second Baguette Grill.

    Please let us know when and where you open!

    #801523

    oomis
    Participant

    I don’t like either name at all. Sorry. Baguette Bistro from Mewho sounds more interesting. La Belle Baguette? Baguette Bonanza?

    #801524

    deiyezooger
    Member

    ” The odd thing in Canada is that the supermarket fliers still advertise their goods in pounds, so that the items sound less costly than if advertised by the kilo.”

    Maybe in the US they should start selling gaseline by the liter, it will be much cheaper that way.

    #801525

    I learned in Montreal and I remember the ads very well. Very confusing indeed.

    #801526

    Another name
    Participant

    What about “Grill-It”?

    #801527

    love a yid
    Member

    “CITY RUN N GRILL” OR “BOBO’S KOSHER DELI”

    #801528

    deiyezooger
    Member

    “What about “Grill-It”? “

    I totaly like that, make sure it goes with a good picture.

    #801529

    “What about “Grill-It”? “

    I think this is great too!

    #801530

    Another name
    Participant

    deiyezooger & Boro Park Girl,

    Thanks! I’m glad you like it 🙂

    #801531

    “sounds more Israeli to me”

    lol- I was just going to say that. But the menu sounds suspiciously israeli to me also…so the name will fit right in

    #801532

    mewho
    Participant

    i like ”grill – it” too

    #801533

    yolk
    Member

    no offense but the two original names arent so….. original and catchy enough to get customers

    grill it- is my favorite

    baguettaria, and The Baguettery also sound good

    #801534

    giggle girl
    Participant

    one more vote for “Grill It!”

    Another name — i think you got it! good job on your creativity!

    #801535

    oomis
    Participant

    Grill it, does not give you a sense of the type of restaurant this is supposed to be. I think “baguette” should be somewhere in the title.

    #801536

    adams
    Participant

    600KB, you are real New Yorker, I haven’t heard SY term in decades.

    #801537

    adams
    Participant

    How bout GOL, Grill out loud

    #801538

    minyan gal
    Member

    I love oomis’ suggestion of “La Belle Baguette”. It sounds tres chic. Of course, French is one of Canada’s official languages.

    #801539

    mommamia22
    Participant

    How about “BaGrill” ?

    #801540

    Another name
    Participant

    giggle girl, Thanks. It’s nice to have an epiphany once in a while 😉

    #801541

    ronrsr
    Member

    Benny-hana

    #801542

    genuine
    Member

    I like haifagirl’s Baguetteria. It sounds fast-food-y.

    Also like “BaGrill” from mommamia22, it combines the Baguette part and sounds Israeli.

    #801543

    love a yid
    Member

    (YOUR NAME) KOSHER DELI/GRILL

    or

    (your name) BAGEL CO.

    #801544

    yid4life
    Member

    i like “grill it” too!!

    #801545

    kapusta
    Participant

    Another vote for BaGrill.

    *kapusta*

    #801546

    How about “kosher delight”

    #801547

    220 Volt Baguettes

    #801548

    lakwoodr
    Member

    Pum, I would go with HotSpot

    #801549

    abee9258
    Participant

    I’m liking BaGrill Bar or plain BaGrill.

    #801550

    how about Super Grill

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