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Liquor Store Signage Southern California


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.



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.



Canyon City Liquor
Photo courtesy Georg Balandran

Fancy this nice marquee to the Canyon City Liquor store, off Route 66. Many of the old signs along the Mother Road has disappeared around this area lately, but the Canyon City sign still endures.





Cal Oaks Pharmacy (Demolished)
Pasadena, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com


Located on an older alignment of Route 66 through Pasadena, the Cal Oaks Pharmacy store stays in business, providing service to the community for over 40 years.

Well, like many good things, the Cal Oaks era has come to a close as the business was closed down in early 2005.

(Far left) Check out the former marquee at the Cal Oaks Pharmacy



Frank's Liquor
Montebello, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Frank's Liquor in Montebello is more along the lines of the neighborhood liquor store. It's a huge sign located right along the main drag.



Shopping Bag Liquor
Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo

Three boomerang arrows grace the marquee for this vintage liquor store.



Liquor Store,
Los Angeles, CA
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

This liquor store in LA shows its formerly neon arrow. Once upon a time, a sign like this was on just about every neighborhood liquor store.













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