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March 17, 2008

Lucy's Irish Pub logo

Looks like the folks behind Lucy's Irish Pub and Restaurant (the sucessor to Maggie Moore's on Eutaw Street) have come up with a logo (pictured).

What do you think?


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Posted by Sam Sessa at 7:14 AM | | Comments (13)
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Comments

Uh... it sucks?

MS Paint anyone? Geez...

As a graphic designer, I am speechless. And not in a good way.

Possibly the first (US) Irish pub logo I've seen without any sort of Celtic art/designs incorporated...it's awful

I could create something better in Mario Paint.

b. o. r. i. n. g. Looks like they're trying for the upscale look, but geez, they could have thought up a little more to make it exciting.

yeah, that's either MS Paint, or a deadly accurate bird.

Mario Paint was definitely one of the unsung awesome games of SNES. The only drawback was that you had to use a mouse. Anyone remember if the mouse came with the cartridge?

Looks a little like the logo for a certain hawaiian-fusion restaurant in Harbor East.

http://www.roysrestaurant.com/

They could've done so much better with only a minimal amount of effort!

I don't care what the logo looks like as long as Lucy's food is better than Maggie Moore's.

Sad to see it at all; I loved Maggie Moore's (I worked there for a time last summer and really liked John and Maggie, the owners...very warm people. I'm assuming they sold it? In reading bits and pieces about the new management, I see they retained the two managers Mick and Eoin. Hope they're doing well...the new logo, by the way - it's too upscale-y yuppie looking; doesn't feel warm or inviting, sad to say.

It isn't terrible, but it is a rather sterile, generic attempt at being upscale and formal, not exactly what one expects or particularlly wants in a pub.
Absolute no sense of fun.

This logo wouldn't tell me that it's an Irish Pub...very confusing...

I thought the food was delicious...especially their Sunday morning brunch...

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