The Adjective Animal
Have you been to The Adjective Animal yet? If you haven’t, let me tell you all about it. The first thing that you will notice is that it doesn’t take itself too seriously. You can tell immediately when you walk through the doors that it wants to be approachable, fun and whimsical. Certainly, “unfussy” would be one word to describe it. The decor may be minimal but it still feels comfortable and modern. The ambiance is vibrant and patrons are encouraged to enjoy each others company, making for a great eclectic mix of people in the place. The wait staff may be dressed casually but they are still attentive and helpful. Make no mistake, though, the food and drink here is intended to please even the toughest foodies out there. So, next time you are in town don’t forget to stop in and give it a try!
Well, if you haven’t heard of The Adjective Animal that is because it doesn’t exist – we just made it up. We’ve noticed that almost every week a new restaurant or bar opens somewhere named with an adjective followed by the name of an animal. Here’s a list of some of these “Adjective Animal” restaurants – we’re sure we missed dozens more, so let us know and we’ll add them to the list!
Las Vegas, NV
Los Angeles, CA
Nashville, TN –
New York City, NY
- The Spotted Pig
- Little Owl
- Blind Tiger Ale House
- Red Rooster
- El Toro Blanco (translation: The White Bull)
- Fette Sau (translation: Fat Pig)
- Loco Pez (loose translation: Crazy Fish)
San Francisco, CA
- Il Cane Rosso (translation: The Red Dog)