The Cone in Eagle Rock - 1920

An early mimetic ice cream stand in Eagle Rock (ca. Assuming it didn't move before the address would have been 402 York Boulevard. Via Bizarre Los Angeles

Vintage Coca-Cola menu board from a hamburger stand or diner, circa 1959. I'll have that B.B.Q. plate please, and a cherry Coke. From the web's largest private collection of antiques & collectibles: http://www.ericwrobbel.com/collections

Vintage Coca-Cola menu board from a hamburger stand or diner, circa I’ll have that barbeque plate please, and a cherry Coke. From the web’s largest private collection of antiques & collectibles:.

diner (the Ave diner in Miami) I ate breakfast here and it was amazing.

The Round House Cafe, formerly located at 250 N. Virgil Avenue. It originally opened around 1927, but this photo was taken around 1929. (LAPL: 00068647) Bizarre Los Angeles

The Round House Cafe, formerly located at 250 N. It originally opened around but this photo was taken around (LAPL: Bizarre Los Angeles

Carpenter's Sandwiches in Los Angeles, located at the corner of Sunset Boulevard, circa mid 1930s

Carpenter's Sandwiches in Los Angeles, California located at the corner of Sunset Boulevard, circa mid

Mel's Drive In

Mark Mawson - photography portfolios - motion portfolios on Dripbook - Mark Mawson is a creative photographer based in London.

Balls fine Ice Cream and Fountain featuring Giant Thick Malts 10 cents

Balls fine Ice Cream and Fountain featuring Giant Thick Malts 10 cents. 1934 Cadillac parked in front

Los Angeles, 1940's - Christmas on Broadway

Merry Christmas from Los Angeles Conservancy! Check out this 1940 photo of downtown Los Angeles at Grand and decorated for Christmas.

Tiny Naylor's Drive-In Restaurant, La Brea and Sunset Boulevards, 1949 ~ My favorite example of Googie architecture.

This mesmerizing masterpiece of mid-century modernity landed at the NE corner of La Brea and Sunset Boulevards in The sage green and buttery yellow color

Zaharako Bros. Ice Cream Parlor, 329 Washington Street. Family-run ice cream and confectionery business operating since 1900. This parlor was a major social center in Columbus for the first 50 years. Known for its elaborate interior and ice cream still made by the Zaharako family. Mexican onyx soda fountains purchased 1905; extra counter added 1949; store front modernized 1959

Zaharako Bros Ice Cream Parlor in Columbus, Indiana (operating since 1900 and still there!

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