During a recent make over at the Clifton Cafeteria a few hidden treasures have been found, including an original neon from the 1930′s with one piece that’s STILL ON. Built a full twenty years before Disneyland, the legendary Clifton Cafeteria located in the heart of Los Angeles has served artists including Walt Disney (himself), Ray Bradbury and even Jack Kerouac, families and the community through the depths of the Great Depression, while weathering the good times and the bad. While visiting the Clifton Cafeteria be sure to visit the neon bulb and the new cafeteria line, available in the part of early 2013.
For more information visit: The Clifton Cafeteria’s Website
Photo: The original Neon from 1939 uncovered STILL ON!
Video: Neon light left on for 77 years discovered in a Los Angeles Resturant
Photo: Clifton Cafeteria’s Historic Facade to be Restored Shortly!
Photo: Imagine Experiencing Downtown LA in 1939!
Photos courtesy of: The Clifton Cafeteria