What’s in a Name?

The native New Orleans dialect is a little known slice of the English language known as ‘Yat,’ which stems from our Louisiana ability to shorten any expression into something slurrier. Hence, “Where are you?” becomes “Where you at?” becomes “Where yat?” becomes “Yat?” And so, in the interest of maintaining and promoting this lexicographical legacy, and being a little punny, and because we’re obviously all about the art: Where Y’Art.