Family-friendly restaurants are great for when the whole family wants to tag along. What’s great about them is that they will usually have an all-inclusive menu for all ages, and if your family is lucky, then they may even have a play area explicitly designated for kids. At this establishment, their family-friendly vibes do not mean that you can leave your children free to run around unattended.
You will want to ensure that your kids are not left to run wild and without an adult’s supervision otherwise, there may be some grave consequences. You wouldn’t want your child to get espressos or unfulfilled Santa promises, no. So best you keep a close watch when visiting this restaurant with the family!
Is Your Last Name Spaghetti?
This eatery is looking for staff with their outdoor sign. We are also not too sure where "Julie's Family Restuarant" is located, but maybe someone needs to tell them that their sign is causing a lot of confusion for passers-by. Are they "NOW HIRING SPAGHETTI" for $11.25? Or are "NOW HIRING" and "SPAGHETTI $11.25" two separate ideas?
Perhaps if your family name is Spaghetti, then you can apply here. Either way, it's a smart idea to advertise that you are hiring on your own restaurant sign, as those adverts cost a pretty penny these days. But it's perhaps not such a smart idea to leave the onlookers confused by the wording of this sign.
Eat Your Heart Out
This eatery's sign is bound to make most customers giggle. The irony here is that they have put a long mirror right next to a sign stating that customers should "Eat like no one is watching." Of course, everyone is going to see you gobbling your food down with a mirror like that!
Perhaps the mirror is there so you can observe how you eat. Who cares about what people may think when they see when they see you stuffing your face with food? As long as you enjoy the food like you would when no one is watching you!
It's a Hint
Mango Y Chile restaurant in Bacalar, Mexico, must have run out of illustrative ways to word a sign when they made this sign. Because if you're looking for a sign to go and eat there, then here it is.
They avoided a sign that rambled on with too many wordy descriptions of food and opted for keeping things nice and simple. In all fairness, the homophone of the word 'sign' is rather clever. If you need a sign, as in a hint or a pointer, to go to this Mexican establishment, then this sign gives you the sign to go there!
Oops, the Sign Broke
If you are a restaurant owner and your sign has fallen off the wagon, then that's not a problem. At least that's not a problem for this restauranteur. Just do like this creative eatery owner and simply spell it out, as to create no confusion with: "Sign Broke, Food Good."
It's a given that any sign stating words that rhyme with food, like "Food Good" here, is bound to draw in customers. That should do until you manage to get that broken sign fixed. But until then, all you can do is rely on some simple words that rhyme to make sure you get the attention of hungry passers-by.