In Los Angeles, just as it starts to cool down for the day, people travel to their favorite restaurants to enjoy a wonderful meal. In the city alone in 2015, there were over 8,590 full-service restaurants, and that is not counting fast food or take-out places or any areas outside of the city limits.
Attracting customers in this saturated market can be a challenge unless you have the right type of advertising and marketing in place. This includes the use of neon signs that will not only clearly identify your restaurant, but also provide instant advertising to attract new customers to keep your restaurant growing.
The Power of Neon Signs
At Dave’s Signs, we have worked with some of the top restaurants and nightspots in the Los Angeles area to create amazing works of art that are the perfect way to attract new customers or to remind existing customers of your restaurant.
While neon isn’t the only possibility in a sign, it offers some unique options that standard signs with backlighting or uplighting simply cannot offer. By considering the benefits of these signs, it is easy to see why they are so popular for restaurants of all different styles, cuisines and themes.
Color Catches the Eye
The combination of color and light, particularly in the early to late evening is going to make any sign really stand out. Although there are lots of neon storefronts and signage, the options in design, colors and images on the sign make each one different and unique.
The colors are also an ideal way to tell people a little bit about what they can expect. Colors that are bright, dazzling and multicolored are going to invite an adventurous, fun crowd. Those looking for a more relaxed or classic night out will most likely choose the more calming blues, golds and greens.
We can literally create any style or theme of sign you need to represent your restaurant. Our design team can incorporate your ideas into the sign, or perhaps your restaurant logo or an image that captures the theme.
For some types of restaurants, the font on the neon sign will also send a message. Just looking at the sign can let customers know if your restaurant has an Asian décor and cuisine, a Tex-Mex menu or perhaps a classic French style, all by just looking at the brightly lit sign above the door.