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Do you know of any restaurant foods named for celebrities?

Asked by JaneraSolomon (1158points) February 6th, 2012

For instance a “Tim T-Bone steak”

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sleepdoc's avatar

Well depending on where you live I would say there are not infrequently a place or two who use celebrity names for their foods

deni's avatar

Yeah, for example there is a salad place here where all the salads are named after famous people. It is annoying. I would like to order a COBB SALAD, not a George Washington Carver. I find it tacky.

wundayatta's avatar

oops. Misunderstood the question.

Sure. We have plenty of restaurants that name dishes after local sports heros or politicians. It’s standard.

marinelife's avatar

Here is the menu for the Stage Deli. Look in the salad section. Their Cobb Salad is named after Mitch Albom.

zenvelo's avatar

There’s Peach Melba, and Chicken Tetrazzini. Is that what you’re looking for?

Kardamom's avatar

Supposedly the corned beef and pastrami combo at the Carnegie Deli in NY is called the Woody Allen. I’ve heard it mentioned several times, but the online menu did not reflect that.

There’s a bunch of burgers named after heavy metal bands, like Metallica, at Kuma’s Corners in Chicago.

There are some hot dogs at Pink’s in Hollywood named after some celebrities such as Martha Stewart, the band Three Dog Night and Ozzy Osborne. Scroll down to “specials.”

The Pizza Box in Glenside, PA has pies named after Al Pacino, Sylvester Stallone and Sophia Loren, amongst others.

Judi's avatar

This sandwich shop has a sandwich named after Kevin McCarthy, the idiot congressional majority whip.
I am ashamed to say I live in his district. The democrats don’t even run anyone against him.

6rant6's avatar

Burger King has that Kevin Bacon Burger. Except I think they mostly leave off his first name.

I see a lot of Fitty Cents on menus.

dappled_leaves's avatar

Mitch Albom gets a salad? Good grief.

There’s the Elvis sandwich – banana and peanut butter.

Sunny2's avatar

It’s a drink many restaurants offer: an Arnold Palmer. Part lemonade, part iced tea.

ucme's avatar

Mickey Rooney vegetables. Small portions, dug up from the ground, much like the great wee man himself.

linguaphile's avatar

A football player, LeeRoy Selmon, has a restaurant named after him in Florida.

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