If you were to open a pub, what would you name it? The only rule is that its name must begin with "The".
>The Wailing Gypsy
The Moon Under Water
Old Eric Arthur "call me George" definitely had a /fa/ and /ck/ approved pub ideal
I've been told there's a pub named after the Black Dog myth in every village in England.
I always thought that was a very evocative name. So even though it's become a bit generic, "The Black Dog" is a dope pub name that I'd totes use.
Black shuck is more of a west country thing, non existent in the north really. My cities crest is is the severed head of demon boar though with a cool story attached so we've got plenty of pubs with hog themed names.
That's a really cool story. Can you you tell it again, please?
The Jews Bar. Skin heads would come in looking to bash heads and I would serve them wheatgrass juice and claim that I don't know how to speel. The juice would change their outlook on life and they would convert to being ultra orthodox jews and give me shekels
Have two stores directly adjacent, one called
"The morning after" and one called "The bar"
Obviously the bar is a bar but the morning after is a breakfast and lunch restaurant.
On the street the signs will read "The morning after the bar"
I own a small pub with my Father in Law called Sláinte on North Front Street in Wilmington, North Carolina.
Literally it means "health" or "to your health" but modern translation is more like a "CHEERS" kind of thing.
That's it. I would literally call it "The."
The ambience would be pretentious as fuck, and it would aim towards a hipster and/or beatnik clientele.
I could always serve "Thé Glacée de l'Île Longue" at my bar. That way, I can serve tea of some kind.
The Comfy Orchard
>Make my own Ciders, Ales, Meads etc.
>Have a huge fireplace with a floor made of cushion all around it
>Gaelic music playing softly, setting the mood but also allowing people to talk at normal volume
>If you can't afford the meads, ales or ciders, there's also just regular Hertog Jan beer.
It would be very laid back and very comfy.
The Public House and Hostel
A simple, no frills pub with rustic decor, a few macro brews, local craft beer, a short menu of essential liquor/cocktails, an even shorter menu of essential pub food, and a few cheap rooms in the back for people that shouldn't drive home.
Everybody always wants to eat/drink at hip, expensive, gimmicky places nowadays. I'd try to distance myself from that (does that count as a gimmick?). Not sure if there's a market for it though. Probably the kind of place I'd open if I hit the lottery and didn't really have to worry about profit.
the dirty dancer
The Coopers arms
The Royal Oak
The King Alfred
The Bridge Inn
The George and Dragon
The Seven Stars
The Silk Mercer
The Castle Inn
The Lark Rise
The Landsdowne Arms
The Wagon and Horses
The Red Lion
The Kings Arms
The Far Canal
The French Horn
The White Heart
The Three Horse Shoes
The Bruce's Arms
The Golden Swan
The Tally Ho
The Fox and Hounds
>nobody's name goes "The ..... head"
All suggestions confirmed for being shit.