Woodland Hills, CA Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo
Here's a fine liquor store marquee for Carlson's Liquor on Ventura
Boulevard in Woodland HIlls.
UPDATE 08/10 : (Far left) Here's a recent shot of the Carlson's Liquor Store from across the street. The vertical blade sign as well as the signage around the store remain intact. Many thanks to Faith Farberman for updated photo. 08-10
Carlson's Liquor Photo courtesy Faith Farberman
Vineland Wine Cellar Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
The Vineland Wine Cellar still sports some nice neon in the shape
of a barrel. Be careful of loitering around though, if being cross-examined
isn't one of your greatest pleasures.
Liquor Store Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
This rooftop liquor store sign is in an interesting shape. Not sure if
the marquee was made for the liquor store itself or for some other type
Smitty's Drive-in Liquor Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
The sign for Smitty's Drive-in Liquor is weatherbeaten and appears
to have been around for some time.
Jolly Jug Liquor
Northridge, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
It's always fun to see a nice friendly face... even a smiling jug at
the Jolly Jug can break up a day. Depends on what you get while
Sam's Liquor Photo courtesy Sal Garcia
A good classic liquor store sign for Sam's Liquor. Stuff like
this can still be found, but not as prevalent as before.
Encino Park Liquor
Encino, CA Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
Check this marquee for the Encino Park Liquor. How can you resist
a sign that says that it's time to buy.
Zip Liquor Photo by RoadsidePeek.com
(Far right) Here's an interesting two-pronged sign for the Zip Liquor.
The lettering on "Zip" smells of the vintage mid-century variety. Not sure if the Zip Liquor survived the big Orange County roadside sign purge of recent years.