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Before we get into burgers, check out the video.  (Click the image below or the link.  We did not have anything to do with making it.  But we did think it was very helpful.  Just make sure you start a NameMyBlank.com business name contest to actually get ideas.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HyxI_hqMaYQ

Naming a business - company names

Unlike boat names, business name ideas can be hard to come up with, particularly when you are trying to choose a name for a common enterprise such as a hamburger stand. Naming a burger or a burger joint can actually be very hard because there are vast numbers of such establishments out there.

Such solutions as business name generators and product name generators can help. Naming contests can be even more effective, but you’ll need to know what a good name looks like before you begin.

To help you spot the best product names for burgers and burger joints, we’re going to grade some popular burger-related names. These grades should show you what to do and what not to do when you’re choosing a name for a tasty burger.

Burger Joint Names Graded

  • 5 Napkin Burger (C) This New York burger joint gets a C because its name is simply confusing. One has to ask what 5 Napkin means and what it has to do with a burger.
  • BGR The Burger Joint (B) This chain of high-end burger outlets in the Washington D.C. area gets a B because it is original and memorable. It is also unpretentious.
  • Butcher and the Burger (A) This neighborhood burger house in Chicago gets an A because of its classy name. The name is also effectively descriptive and tells potential diners that the meat in the joint’s burgers will be fresh.
  • Eat-a-Burger (A) The name of this gourmet burger stand in Tucson is both original and entertaining. It describes exactly what you want to do with burgers. It also reminds customers of California’s legendary In-N-Out Burger, which is widely regarded as America’s best burger chain.

Burger Names Graded

The names of burgers can be just as important as the restaurant itself. After all, the Big Mac and the Whopper are now American icons.

  • The Fattymelt  (A) The name perfectly describes the combination cheeseburger and grilled cheese sandwich from the Mossy Creek Café in Fisherville, Va. It’s also original and appealing.
  • The Bizza (F) This name gets an F because it sounds both confusing and disgusting. Yes, it’s cute, but it’s ultimately meaningless, it’s supposed to be half hamburger/half pizza. A name that has to be explained to customers fails every time.
  • The Big O  (A) The name of this half-pound black angus cheese and bacon burger from Oscar’s Pub & Grill in Milwaukee gets an A because it is perfectly descriptive and memorable. The Big O is big and it comes from Oscar’s. It’s also unpretentious.

Naming a restaurant or a food can be tough. Fortunately, there are naming contests that can help you accomplish this important task with the help of professional writers.

 

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