Groooaaaaan. They serve MEAT. It’s a PLACE. You can MEET there. Bless them for having a go, but this is a cringer. Reminds me of the slogan I once saw for a butcher – ‘Pleased to meet you, with meat to please you’. Spotted by Marc Burns in White, Georgia USA.
Potentially disappointing if you’re after some ham hocks and collard greens. This seafood restaurant was caught in Philadelphia USA by Jonathan Schneider – a legend of the PSN-spotting game.
Praise the Lard! This fantastic Pun Shop Name was spotted in Austin Texas by first time punter Simon Friedlander (coincidental pun name?) If you’re in the area and could do with some deep-fried, bacon wrapped chicken strips, served with jalapeno cheddar cheese, check out their Facebook Page for locations.
Brilliant. Though there’s a slight chance this is merely a fortuitous coincidence, derived from an innocent fruit and the name of the owner, I choose to believe it’s a reference to Shakespeare’s Macbeth and a song popularised by Moulin Rouge. Spotted in Moora WA by Josh Ferrett.
OK, bear with me on this one. This PSN was spotted in Leichhardt NSW – pronounced Like-Heart. The bar upstairs is called Zoo, and this Pizza Bar is… Leichha Tiger. Roaw.
Look out Michael… here she comes. This lovely looking restaurant with a gymnastics theme was spotted in Cronulla NSW by Lillian HAFEZ.
Remember Redgum’s classic 1984 hit I’ve been to Bali Too? Well you don’t even have to go to Bali to see this ballistic PSN, spotted in Kensington NSW by Josh Ferrett.
A new addition to our expansive collection of ‘wok-related’ PSNs. This one is pretty Wok ‘n’ Bowl, and was aptly spotted by Ben Pearce at the Soundwave Festival in Homebush Stadium NSW.
The perfect Pun Shop Name for the Asian restaurant inside the Annandale Hotel, Sydney’s premier live music venue. Spotted by first time punter Dom Gil.
“I’m on the seafood diet.” Both the punchline to an ancient joke and a decent PSN. ‘Seen’ at the Norton Street Italian Festa in Leichhardt NSW by punter extraordinaire , Renée Keogh.
As you tuck into your delicious lentil casserole, you can think about how clever this Pun Shop Name is. Spotted in Covent Garden London, by a carnivore friend who I’m sure didn’t eat there, first time punter Angus Ross.
Huck Finn and Tom Sawyer were planning to catch a catfish in the Mississipi for dinner, but instead decided to go to Mrs Sippy for a braised octopus, chorizo, chickpea and baby spinach salad. Spotted by Nadia McCrohon in the Deep South of Double Bay NSW.
‘Wok’.. one of our most popular Pun Shop Name ingredients. Try typing ‘wok’ into the search bar at top right. Here we have Wok On, spotted by first time punster Mario Dreosti in Palm Cove QLD. Wok on!
How interesting to have the same Pun Shop Name sent to me, within a few days, from completely opposite sides of the world. Here’s a little piece of Eataly on Kingsway in London UK, spotted by first time punter Kath O’Shea. Not to be confused with this Eataly, on 5th Avenue, New York City.