Restaurants Signs To Get You Noticed

Firehouse Subs

This custom channel letter sign has multiple layers including flush mounted channel letters mounted to a backer panel. The “subs” portion is a routed aluminum face with show through acrylic.

Fire it up Taco

This sign was re-faced with a new poly-carbonate material and custom printed/cut vinyl.

Loung - Loi Restaurant

Awnings add class and functionality to your restaurant facade.

Say Biegnet

This sign was customized for the client by routing out the aluminum face and mounting soft amber LED lights behind the face to create a halo-lit sign. The end result is a stunning addition to the rest of their signage.

Having a great sign in front of your restaurant is one of the most important investments for your business. If you want people to see where you are, what you do, and feel like they are invited into your establishment, make sure your sign represents your business with style.

If you are on a tight budget and have already spent a ton of money on your kitchen and dining room you may be tempted to put a sign on your building that is not illuminated. You might say to yourself “we are only serving breakfast and lunch. Why do we need a lit sign?” In some cases, a non-lit sign will suffice, but we can tell you that some customers have regretted the decision to not internally light their restaurant sign on the front of the building. The purpose of your sign is to attract new customers and brand your business. Let your sign work for you 24/7 by investing in an illuminated restaurant sign.

Do you need signage for your dining room? We can mount prints in a variety of materials or install wall murals. Check out the rest of our website to see some of our other work.

Sidewalk signs are a must have for any restaurant in a downtown area. You can choose from a variety of sidewalk signs, that you can write on or change your message for daily specials.