What Does "Ad Hominem" Mean?

ad ho·mi·nem
/, ad ˈhämənəm/
adjective

While the common definition of Ad Hominem is the argument method which is "directed against a person rather than the position they are maintaining," our restaurant focuses on the lesser known definition of "relating to a particular person," or the Latin to English translation, "to the man." This definition and translation provides a positive connotation of a personal relationship which is what we convey through our food and service. With several definitions available, we have developed our own interpretation: while Ad Hominem is a negative way to argue, it is a positive way to cook.

Each day we will deliver thoughtful service to you, the consumer, to convey the best dining experience possible. With a strong commitment to the local community, we hope that Ad Hominem will be a restaurant for the people and provide a gathering place for friends, families, and new connections. 

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Chris Martinez