Barbecue and Domains: A Delicious Combination

Phil Lodico ⬥ 14 October

Barbecue and Domains

Dinosaur Bar-B-Que is a great barbecue restaurant and blues bar that was first opened by three bikers in Syracuse, NY back in 1983.  Since then, the Dinosaur has expanded, opening up two new joints in Rochester, NY and New York City, and selling its sauces and other products in supermarkets throughout the northeastern U.S. and online.  The Syracuse Dinosaur was even featured on a recent episode of the Travel Channel’s Man Vs. Food. Take a look at the clip from the episode below:

The company uses the domain name for its main site, and also owns the more traditional spelling,, and the abbreviated version  As of today, they successfully secured the transfer of through UDRP arbitration.  It’s very cool to see a small business with a growing brand that understands the value of domain names.

What’s more, the Dinosaur got the domain name just in time for NYC Wingfest this weekend, which will feature the restaurant’s chicken wings.  And who doesn’t love chicken wings? 

Tags: Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, domain names, Man vs. Food, marketing, New York City, NYC Wingfest, Syracuse NY, Travel Channel, UDRP

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