The best neon diner signs both attract you and get your stomach juices pumping. And when you think of diners in California, neon is usually a huge part of the visual. In fact, nothing brings a classic 1950s vibe to mind more than a flickering neon sign.
Today, seeing a neon diner sign harkens us back to an era when waitresses on rollerskates brought customers milkshakes and burgers to the barstool where they were sitting. You can find examples of Dave’s Sign’s vintage neon creations adorning neighborhood diner haunts such as the Busy Bee Cafe and Jack’s Diner. Let’s take a look at both of them, shall we?
Busy Bee 50s Cafe
The Busy Bee 50s cafe in Ventura County is known for its classic diner atmosphere and mouthwatering comfort food. You feel like you are transported back to the Fifties once you step inside, too. Before all that happens, though, you can almost smell burgers cooking on the grill when you drive or walk by. That’s due in part to the illuminated storefront signs that draw in customers hungry for food & nostalgia.
The neon signs of Jack’s Diner, whether unlit or lit, look amazing.
Below, you can see that the tri-color lights of the sign we made for Jack’s Diner sign really come together to make something special. The effect also makes it look like something tough & intelligent Dick Tracy would encounter whenever he would stop to grab a coffee in between busting crime.
Repairing Neon Signs
You may think that your classical neon sign is gone forever if it’s in disrepair. Luckily, we believe in keeping this tradition alive, and we will happily repair your neon signs. Dave’s Signs crafts some mighty fine tubes by hand by using high-quality industrial materials.
Eye-catching neon diner signs are guaranteed to brighten your business and get customers excited about you. Dave’s Signs serves commercial business nationwide and in Ventura, Santa Barbara, Los Angeles County areas. No sign job is too big or small, and we do it all. Call us at (805) 641-1387 to discuss your neon sign concept or contact us online with your questions.