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What do you think is "Happy Times" good name for a restaurant and bar, American cuisine, modern style, most people here are vacation people?

What i am trying to find out is how people will accept this name for a restaurant when they first hear the name. Is it something that can make people wanna try it or more likely not?

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I think it is a good name and it can attract many people. The fact that most of them are vacation people makes it even more suitable. This is because everybody goes on vacation to have good times. You should however remember that, food and the services are the main determinant.

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PassionForGlory

I don't think "Happy Times" is a really good name for a restaurant that's not geared towards kids because people will not take it as a serious restaurant. Just my opinion.

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They are Happy Tymes
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Just let me know what you think if the name goes with a restaurant, thats all i ask.
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PassionForGlory
I aplogize please allow me to edit my answer
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No...too cheesy sounding

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We have a Happy Times here in Yuba City!

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lilkay

No,I would think it is a place for old people or something.Also it does sound cheesy.

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Happy times sounds like a kids pizza party spot,, good luck

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Its an okay name. Kinda cheesy though. Esp for a restaurant with a bar that is trying to encourage and adult patrons. Sounds more like a place for kids and families.
What city?

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