“A name doesn’t define who or what you are,” declares No Name, a National Beverage Alliance brand of alcoholic drinks.
The copy goes on, redundantly: “Sometimes a name doesn’t matter. A name doesn’t matter.”
You can repeat it as much as you want, but No Name Steaks will still have a beef with that claim.
Maybe they’ll shoot it out at Sausalito’s famous No Name Bar.
Fifty-six years now: The bar opened in 1959.
(Hat tip: Erik Pelton.)
Related: Untitled, a restaurant at New York’s Whitney Museum; Untitled Startup, Inc., which eventually chose a less baffling name; The Nameless Café in Oakland, California (which has no listings as well as no name); and The Nameless, a nonprofit organization, also in Oakland, that is defunct as well as nameless.