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Roadside Taverns Midwest


Euclid Tavern
Cleveland, OH
Photo courtesy Steve Felder

The Euclid Tavern was a very old bar near Case Western Reserve, so it always had college business. The Euclid started to have live music in the 70's, slowly got run down, and ended up as a club with obscure punk bands, right up to 2001. The movie "Light of Day" was filmed here.

Many thanks to Steve Felder for photos and info.






Windy's Tavern
Harvard, IL
Photo courtesy Don Gardner

This shot of Windy's Tavern shows a prominent martini glass atop this vintage like sign.



D-J's Lounge
Grand Rapids, MI
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

This old retro sign for D-J's Lounge in Grand Rapids is a fun sight to see off the highway. Just check out the different shapes on this marquee.



Barney's Bar
Wyandotte, MI
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

Barney's Bar is a stop if you're looking for a lunch special. 04-01



Lincoln Park, MI
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

The Mirage cocktail lounge features an old sign that is interesting in its shape. Somewhat parabolic, the marquee appears to have the neon to light up at night. 04-01



Gate House
Southgate, MI
Photo courtesy Mark Hackett

The Gate House may be a nice place to go for some cocktails. A vintage sign that's simple yet attention grabbing, check this sign out if you're in the Southgate, MI area. 04-01



Evergreen Cocktails
Chicago, IL
Photo courtesy Kelly Coalier

The Evergreen Cocktail Room is a vintage sign found in Chicago, IL.













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