8 Old L.A. Restaurants With Amazing Signs | KCET
8 Old L.A. Restaurants With Amazing Signs
In the movie "Swingers," Jon Favreau's character famously observes that all the cool places in L.A. don't have signs, so that telling someone you've been to one is like bragging that you were able to find it. But that wasn't always the case. It used to be the bigger and brighter the sign, the better. Below, eight old L.A. restaurant signs that ensured their namesake establishments were unmissable and unmistakable.
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