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A good name for a Polish bar?


lowkarafa  
25 Jan 2007 /  #1
my friend has opened a polish bistro and is the process of opening a polish bar.
He needs a unique name for the bar. any ideas????
Also, any Polish drinks would be helpful

thx
ldl
sledz 23 | 2,250  
25 Jan 2007 /  #2
How about Sledz`s sports bar... women drink free:)
miranda  
25 Jan 2007 /  #3
is the bar going to be open in POland or somwewhere else?
globetrotter 3 | 106  
25 Jan 2007 /  #4
PRZEŻYTEK ???

It's hangover right?

Where in the big wide world will this bar be ?
miranda  
25 Jan 2007 /  #5
PRZEŻYTEK

oldie

hangover

kac:)
globetrotter 3 | 106  
25 Jan 2007 /  #6
oldie

Er does this mean that I have quoted some older language or have you sussed out how ancient I am?:)

Is kac the right word for hangover. If so Kacs bar is a goer. It has a ring to it. Only problem id that we refer in English slang to Cack to mean naff as in cack handed - no good.
kaka 1 | 142  
25 Jan 2007 /  #7
Fabryka Kacu - very good name for a bar :) :)
OP lowkarafa  
25 Jan 2007 /  #8
The bar will be in Michigan. He already ones and operates a polish deli and makes is own food
Last name is Gawlick
globetrotter 3 | 106  
25 Jan 2007 /  #9
The bar will be in Michigan

Too far away for me. I hope it is a roaring success for your friend. I am sure the more sensible members of this forum will be on later to give you some great names:)

Also, any Polish drinks would be helpful

There is a thread here on the forum about Polish drinks. Check it out if you haven't already
LoneStranger  
25 Jan 2007 /  #10
Polish Bar's name: POLISH BAR :)...
kaka 1 | 142  
25 Jan 2007 /  #13
Pan Wołodyjowski

Sienkiewicz Bar

anyway, they wudnt know how to read it

do you want Polish name?
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
25 Jan 2007 /  #14
Following on from Kaka.

With Fire And Sword.

Husaria.

Think about the pub sign and the image it will convey. Also the interior decor.
kaka 1 | 142  
25 Jan 2007 /  #15
In Polish Way

for drinks: for sure, mad dogs called also white and red.. and kamikadze (you dont have this in US, do u?)
krysia 23 | 3,057  
25 Jan 2007 /  #17
Our parish is St. Casimir's
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
25 Jan 2007 /  #18
Call it Fuchy Bar
miranda  
25 Jan 2007 /  #19
Gawlick

How does: U Gawlicka sound:)

Er does this mean that I have quoted some older language or have you sussed out how ancient I am?

no, no
Przezytek means "oldie" in English, something outdated:) globbie:)

U Gawlicka

U Gawlicka ze smiechu sie sika
Giles  
26 Jan 2007 /  #20
Kashubar.

Because its cash you and a bar. Also sounds like Kashubski or however the old language is spelt.
Guest32  
26 Jan 2007 /  #21
Again, I would go for "The Polish Bar" (from the marketing point of view I think it's the best name -- think when the bar is know in the town - everybody who ask "Do you know any Polish bar in this town/city" will point your bar :).
Giles  
26 Jan 2007 /  #22
And if you end up with regular drinkers they would be Kashunuts
Guest32  
26 Jan 2007 /  #23
Yes, but you need to remember the name should be easy to remember/spell for non-Polish speakers.
forgetmenots 4 | 77  
26 Jan 2007 /  #24
friend has opened a polish bistro and is the process of opening a polish bar

what about TRADYCJA ....
globetrotter 3 | 106  
26 Jan 2007 /  #25
Still think 'Bar Kac' is best. It would be great name for a bar in Ilkley in Yorshire in the UK

On Ilkley Moor, Bar Kac
Groan - sorry but it is Friday

If you're not from or living in England you won't get this but don't worry - you're not missing much.
LoneStranger  
26 Jan 2007 /  #26
*==========POLISH BAR==========*
(Alcohol and Tobacco not allowed :), no loud noises please)
globetrotter 3 | 106  
26 Jan 2007 /  #27
Or how about:

Kaczynski's

There would be no alcolhol, no smoking, no gays, no people of loose morals, no liberals, no inellectuals, no protestants, no laughing and no condom machines in the mens restroom.

Should be NOOO problem getting a seat.
FISZ 24 | 2,116  
26 Jan 2007 /  #28
LOL
wojt  
26 Jan 2007 /  #29
"U Marcinka"
misia  
26 Jan 2007 /  #30
how about what my babcia always called me as a child, it must be something sweet and nice, it may not be spelled right but-DUPEK.

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