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Beach snack bar names


Acapulco

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Acapulco is a Native american business name for a beach snack bar.

It is a Mexican city known internationally as a tourist destination.

This name derives from the Nahuatl words “acat” (plant of reed), “poloa” (destroy) and “co” (place ‘) . Its meaning is “place where the reeds were destroyed”.

Categorized into: place names.

Agua

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Agua is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “water”.

Arena

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Arena is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “beach sand”.

Arrecife

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Arrecife is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “reef“.

Bahía Blanca

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Bahía Blanca is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “white bay”.

Beach Club

Cala

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Cala is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “cove“.

Caribe

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Caribe is a Native american business name for a beach snack bar.

American region of the Antilles characterized by its sea, paradise islands and tropical climate.

It derives from the term “Charaibi” (wise men) used to refer to the inhabitants of the region in the pre-Columbian era.

Carpa

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La Carpa is a Spanish business name for a beach snack bar. Meaning “tent”.

Awning used to cover an enclosure.

Carpe Diem

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Carpe Diem is a Latin business name for a beach snack bar.

It literally means “take the day” and that can be interpreted as “seize the moment, do not waste the days”.

Expression coined by the Roman poet Horace.