I'm actually more disturbed about a soup restaurant that needs two different locations inside that building.
How much damn soup does that area EAT?!
It's a redundancy, in case the first location experiences problems. Soup's On
is not merely the name of a place specializing in soup; it is a promise. The soup is on, and it is always on, whither you want it to be or not.
An underground movement once tried to sabotage both locations in late 2003, but they failed. Soup's On, and it cannot be stopped.