This answer is 3-4 years late and many things changed since the context of the question, but...
Keep the same name and description.
Maid Café (メイド喫茶)
Welcome back, my Master! (お帰りなさいませ、ご主人様!) Sit wherever you'd like and enjoy some General Chat for anime.stackexchange.com. Now serving anime and manga images in regular intervals via our maid service. To learn more about our maid service, please visit: meta.anime.stackexchange.com/q/1166/191
We, as a community, have been always using the same name. New friends and a whole new story were built using that name. It's almost an traditional and it carries a whole human value with it. It's neccessary to keep it? No, sure no. We'll still chat and have fun together. But, as a tradition, it's cool to keep it. It's an identity thing.
The term Maid café also says a lot about the chat organization. It remembers the culture that's related to the community not only in the chat but in the main Q&A site too - the japanese culture. With our bots (our "maids"), we get served with what we want and what we need. It's complete by itself.
It also says a lot about us because we're just like a Maid Café: you can just pull a chair and enjoy stuff you like with nice people. It's inviting. You can feel like there are some jokes in the air and there are people who will interact with you.
More over, Maid cafés are not limited to anime only, which is exactly like us. There are a lot of programmers in the chat and game fans, so random subjects just pop and we can talk about them without worrying if that's part of the chat or not. C'mon, chat's are made to chat!
And, above anything, we, as a community, have been always using this name. New friends and a whole new story were built using it. It's almost an traditional and it carries a whole human value with it. It's neccessary to keep it? No, it's not. We'll still chat and have fun together. But, as a tradition, it's cool to keep it. It's an identity thing. We are the Maid Café . :)