Help Jamie Dimon Name His Bar 'n Grill

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Many of you have spent countless nights fantasizing about what it would be like getting drunk with Jamie Dimon. But it was just that-- a fantasy that you never imagined would come true. Well, peasants, today comes the thrilling news that if we can get JD to quit his gig on Park, this thing could actually happen. It's on the tip of his tongue and all we have to do is coax it out. Courtesy of Mrs. Judy Dimon, the lowdown on JD's plans for the future:

"One fantasy, according to his wife: opening his own restaurant and turning himself into Sam Malone of Cheers. (That, or maybe he might finally go and climb Mount Kilimanjaro.)"-- Last Man Standing

Alright, now focus. We need a name, and a gimmick. What's going to be the "thing" at [Dimon in The Rough? Dimon's Dive? Dungeons and Dimons?]? JD is second to none at flip-cup so there might be something there but need to think bigger-- Vikram Pandit and Sandy Weill urinal cakes?

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