The Most Uncreative Coffee House Name? Or The Most Ingenious?

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • October 14, 2010
I realize making up names for your business takes a good bit of effort. Witness the creativity or lack thereof from entrepreneurs during the frozen yogurt boom of 2008. ] I assume it's the same thing with coffee houses. The good names have...
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