I drive past this place in Peninsula a few times a week, and in total disclosure, I have never been inside. BUT, I love this sign.
I love old signs like this. This lit up sign in itself can take me back to an era that was around long before I was. You don't see these much anymore, and that's a shame. I pass this sometimes very early in the morning, and I look to see if it's turned on every time.
I like this sign about as much as I like one like the one that simply says "Eat" you'll see on some lonesome highway, in front of some greasy spoon. (I'd have to stop and eat there) I know this sign is old, and probably takes a lot to keep it going, but I hope they keep it - forever!
(I need to go inside this place sometime)