I suggest you ...

don't put "cafe" or "bar" in the name

A name typically does not inform the public what you are. Its simply a key to your identity. Look at names you use- do they say what they are in the title? The Stranger is far more attractive & existential than The Stranger Cafe. . .

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      • Anonymous commented  · 

        Yeah, never put cafe in the name, that 'cafe nero' don't have a bloody clue lol

      • Anonymous commented  · 

        When it comes to registering businesses, the government requires your name to be descriptive of the type of business you are operating. That's why you often see really unique names with "cafe or bar" tacked on the end.

      • Maiza HixsonMaiza Hixson commented  · 

        I wholeheartedly agree! The Stranger is cool! But The Stranger Cafe is slightly awkward and pretentious. People will already know it is a cafe once you start advertising.

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