Choosing a restaurant name is not that easy. Business name is a face to the world. While some go for classy concepts or the good old method of using the owner’s name, others have a different approach that’s really funny and puntastic. We collected a list of funny restaurant names that showcase the wit and cleverness of their owners. Scroll down to see them all and let us know in the comments which ones we missed!
21 thoughts on “Funny Restaurant Names: When Owners Have a Sense of Humor”
Burgasm – a burger joint in Norway
Dude! Juan in a Million in Austin👍 We miss Mother Cluckers in Chicago😢 Had The Codfather in Cardiff🤘
No not frying Nemo 😂
I want to open an Indian/Hawaiian fusion restaurant called Taj Mahalo.
Fricken. Fried chicken, in Canberra Australia.
I was not amused.
Fat Fook – Manila
The Pho King Restaurant in Tacoma, WA.
Poor Thai Tanic. They sunk all their money into it and now they’re drowning in oceans of debt. It’s almost like there’s a leak somewhere. I’ll bet their accountant only sees 10% of the problem. 90% is hidden, so they’ll be under water soon. It’s a cold way to go, but you can’t hold back the tide. They might bail out, but hoping for a rescue would be like two ships passing in the night.
Papo, Fix My Rim in Hampstead Long Island?
I remember Pho King in Austin 15 or so years ago…
“Burgatory” refers to the small chain’s place of origin, Pittsburgh, often called “The Burgh, by locals.
I wish the Chicago restaurant Jonathan Livingston Seafood had lasted longer.
The bearded clam in quahog
Ayr India, Indian restaurant in Ayr, Scotland.
Pita Pan is in Park Slope Brooklyn and it has the best falafel sandwiches in the area. You have to go to the Halal guys to get better.
Pho Cue, Manchester, UK.
Used to be a restaurant near me called Viet Nom Nom
Pho Queue, Brisbane, Australia
There is are a couple of “Jack The Chipper” Restaurants in London. :D
I’d like to open a sausage shop and call it Wurst Case Scenario.