using an apostrope


Let's go to Spago in Beverly Hills? or Let's go to Spago's in Beverly Hills?

See example:

Spago's is also a great place to see celebrities.
asked Jul 24 '11 at 01:49 Maryann Ridini-Spencer New member

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Is the location is something like "Spago's Restaurant" you should use the apostrophe.  This would mean that the restaurant is owned or run by a person named Spago.  If Spago is simply the name, you should only say that "Spago is a great place . . ."

link comment answered Jul 25 '11 at 01:18 Kimberly Expert

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