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Werewolf destinations: These spots have taken their name from the werewolf

For #WerewolfWednesday, I’ve found a number of businesses that have taken their names from the night-loving lycanthrope. On the list is a pub in San Diego, a theater troupe in Chicago and a night club in London.

Werewolf: An American Pub in San Diego

As they say: Why “Werewolf”? Not really sure… Maybe cause werewolves are awesome and we want to be awesome too. Maybe cause ownership is hairier than the average person. Maybe cause werewolves generally like to be even keel during the day and rage at night; we like that too.

Abraham Werewolf

This Chicago-based experimental theater collective deserves some love due to their homage to the werewolf.

The Werewolf Club

This club in London claims to be a “fusion of performance art and clubbing.”

 The Crystal Hotel

Located in Portland, Ore., this hotel boasts a “werewolf room.”

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The Slaughter Lamb

More of an honorable mention, due to the name’s use in the classic film, An American Werewolf in London. There’s a location in New York City.

 

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4 comments on “Werewolf destinations: These spots have taken their name from the werewolf

  1. Mark S. Simpson
    December 3, 2014

    You’re crazy enough for me to love … are you gay? Single? If so, please, come marry me and share the crazy!

    • Adrian W. Lilly
      December 3, 2014

      I’m glad you liked the post. I am spoken for. Thank you for stopping by!

      • Mark S. Simpson
        December 3, 2014

        I’m glad you’re spoken for … it’s cool and right. I shall follow your blog all the same.

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