Recently, we’ve noticed the rise of a more peculiar type of restaurant name: the complete sentence. We first saw this a few years ago at spots like Go Get ‘Em Tiger and Leave Rochelle Out Of It, and now lengthily-titled restaurants are popping up all over the place. Can you just try saying “I’m having drinks at Leave Rochelle Out Of It with my sister on Saturday” in one breath? And perhaps that’s just the point. The more words you can force people to awkwardly say, the more memorable your restaurant might be. Here, a sampling of restaurants testing out this tongue-twister of a trend.
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Go Get ‘Em Tiger, Los Angeles (2013)