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Can't These Guys Name a Restaurant?

According to Grub Street, the former Grayz space will re-open in January as “Atria”. [Update: Atria closed in April 2009 after four short months in existence.]

That’s better than “Gneiss,” the last name these geniuses came up with, which lasted all of two weeks.

But still, if you’re going to walk back a dumb-ass idea, is “Atria” the best you can do? It’s rather generic, and says nothing about the identity of Chef Martin Brock’s cuisine.

At least we know that “Atria” will have an atrium—surely an indispensable reason for dining there.

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