Poquitos antique sign was acquired in a circuitous manner over many years: owner Jay Blazek had been given one of the metal faces around 2000 by Michael Hilliard, former owner of a wonderful neon gallery (Neo Neon) in the late 80’s on the corner across from the Virginia Inn. Ten years later, the owner of the rest of the sign commissioned it for sale at Western Neon. It was discovered in our showroom, brought to complete restoration by our team, and a restaurant was built around the sign’s name. See it on Pike Street, Capitol Hill—great eats offered by these guys, owners of several of Seattle’s best and hippest restaurants.
The Poquitos antique sign was acquired in a circuitous manner over many years: owner Jay Blazek had been given one of the metal faces around 2000 by Michael Hilliard, former owner of a wonderful neon gallery (Neo Neon) in the late 80’s on the corner across from the Virginia Inn. Ten years later, the owner of the rest of the sign commissioned it for sale at Western Neon. It was discovered in our showroom, brought to complete restoration by our team, and a restaurant was built around the sign’s name. See it on Pike Street, Capitol Hill—great eats offered by these guys, owners of several of Seattle’s best and hippest restaurants.
The Poquitos antique sign was acquired in a circuitous manner over many years: owner Jay Blazek had been given one of the metal faces around 2000 by Michael Hilliard, former owner of a wonderful neon gallery (Neo Neon) in the late 80’s on the corner across from the Virginia Inn. Ten years later, the owner of the rest of the sign commissioned it for sale at Western Neon. It was discovered in our showroom, brought to complete restoration by our team, and a restaurant was built around the sign’s name. See it on Pike Street, Capitol Hill—great eats offered by these guys, owners of several of Seattle’s best and hippest restaurants.
The Poquitos antique sign was acquired in a circuitous manner over many years: owner Jay Blazek had been given one of the metal faces around 2000 by Michael Hilliard, former owner of a wonderful neon gallery (Neo Neon) in the late 80’s on the corner across from the Virginia Inn. Ten years later, the owner of the rest of the sign commissioned it for sale at Western Neon. It was discovered in our showroom, brought to complete restoration by our team, and a restaurant was built around the sign’s name. See it on Pike Street, Capitol Hill—great eats offered by these guys, owners of several of Seattle’s best and hippest restaurants.
The Poquitos antique sign was acquired in a circuitous manner over many years: owner Jay Blazek had been given one of the metal faces around 2000 by Michael Hilliard, former owner of a wonderful neon gallery (Neo Neon) in the late 80’s on the corner across from the Virginia Inn. Ten years later, the owner of the rest of the sign commissioned it for sale at Western Neon. It was discovered in our showroom, brought to complete restoration by our team, and a restaurant was built around the sign’s name. See it on Pike Street, Capitol Hill—great eats offered by these guys, owners of several of Seattle’s best and hippest restaurants.

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