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Signs for Restaurants

Menu set. Cooks and servers hired. Now you need a signage system that reflects your restaurant or eatery’s ambience, cuisine, level of formality, and surrounding neighborhood.

What kind of food would you expect from a hand-carved wooden sign with elegant script? What about a flashing neon sign? The right product sends a signal to your desired diners.

White Vinyl Lettering at the Alley Bar Restaurant at Rowes Wharf, Boston MA

We create restaurant sign systems with these elements:

  • Exterior identity signs and graphics
  • Interior identity signs and graphics
  • Table signs
  • Restroom signs
  • Menu boards
  • Hostess stand signs
  • Banners
  • Signs required by the ADA and OSHA
  • Wayfinding signs
  • Digitally-imaged posters and prints

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Or call 508-746-9200 to chat about creating signs for your restaurant that look as good as your food on your menu.

Just a few companies we’ve collaborated with
Exterior wall sign for Gunther Tooties

Client:
Gunther Tooties, Duxbury, Hanover, Pembroke, Plymouth and Quincy MA

Signs Used:

  • Main identity signs
  • Awnings
  • Window Signs
  • Menu Boards

Gunther Tooties is a regional chain of coffee and bagel shops and a long-time client of Zebra Visuals. They give us a call whenever they open a new store or add a new menu item. We have installed their exterior identity signs and awnings, drive-through traffic controls, and interior menu boards – all with a consistent, attractive brand message.

Interior electric sign for Henri-Marie Restaurant, Plymouth MA

Client:
Henri-Marie at Mirbeau Inn and Spa, Plymouth MA

Signs Used:

  • Main interior and exterior identity signs
  • Freestanding road sign

Working with this hotel developer’s interior designer, we developed a logo for the restaurant and designed and engineered the interior and exterior signs.

The hotel’s main identity sign was freestanding, hanging from a large iron bracket suspended from a 20-foot high stone tower. Setting the tone in the entrance was an internally illuminated, push-through acrylic sign suspended from an art nouveau metal sculpture; an interior version graces the foyer.

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