Here are the 10 worst restaurant names according to Zagat…
We’ve rounded up some of the worst restaurant names we can find – silly, sexually suggestive, potty referencing and all – but we ran into trouble deciding which name was the absolute worst. That’s where you come in! Check out the list below and then vote on which restaurant name you think has the most unfortunate moniker. We’ll announce a winner at the end of the week based on your votes. Get ready to cringe!
This Italian eatery at the Gansevoort Park Avenue Hotel in NYC has a name that probably means something beautiful in Italian, but in English suggests an unappetizing reference to a not-so-sanitary part of the human anatomy. Personally, we don’t want to think about anyone’s a*s anywhere near our food.
When we saw the name of this Arizona Scandinavian eatery, we couldn’t help but think to ourselves: beaver…huh-huh. Good name, guys – we all know how much beavers love Scandinavian food.
This Manhattan Chinese restaurant is a Chinatown legend but its name makes us immature Americans snicker like frat boys.
This Mid-Atlantic seafood chain’s name is probably just a silly play on the owner’s first name, but it’s certainly not making us hungry for King Crab legs.
This Houston Italian was going to call itself porta-pottie-itto’s, but they decided that was too crass.
Fu King Chinese
Read the name of this Florida Chinese eatery too quickly and you might think someone just dropped the F-bomb.
The owners of this Florida deli really should have run this name through Urban Dictionary before rolling with it. Just sayin’.
This Beverly Hills Vietnamese makes a humorous play on the famous zip code, but does it really work as a restaurant name? 9021…no.
While “Phuc” in Vietnamese actually means blessings and luck, the swear word it sounds like in English makes for a silly name for a London noodle bar. But phuc – we kind of love it.
If a pervy, double entendre–laden name is going to work anywhere, it’s Vegas, which is where this popular Mexican chain originated. While the name doesn’t seem to be turning off most patrons on the whole, the brand has had a few run-ins with offended women in Arizona when it tried to open a Scottsdale location. But ownership defends itself by claiming the name is based on its signature dish – and although certain things are legal in Nevada, they sure aren’t serving that.