asidesillustratedit's all about the whimsyjournallanguage - it's a beautiful thing

re-known

What is it about cafes? Are they pathologically incapable of hiring staff who can spell? I've stopped counting the crimes against apostrophes (its/it's usually takes a real beating in a cafe menu), but this one was new to me:

do you think perhaps they meant renowned? because being renowned is very different from being known, forgotten, then re-known
do you think perhaps they meant renowned? because being renowned is very different from being known, forgotten, then re-known