French Cafe Names?

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It is typical that French Cafe names reflect the type of cuisine that is served at the cafe. If you plan to open a French cafe keep in mind that the name should create an image of the delicacies you plan to serve to your guests. It is also important that the name be easy to pronounce. It is also popular to name French restaurants after a loved one, or sometimes even the chef. Two of the more popular French cafes located in France are Les Deux Magots, and Cafe de Flore.
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In order to tell you what your name is in French, I would need to first know what your name is in English. With that information, the name can be easily entered into and online translator
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