We have done many signage projects for restaurants, and so Suparossa Restaurant in Chicago wasn’t at all a challenge. They wanted to a new sign to display a new part of their restaurant. The final custom-made sign has two parts; channel letters mounted to the top of a panel sign. The top part, “legno” contains front-lit channels letters, white the aluminum panel contains ½” white acrylic push-through lettering. Through the use of black and white and a modern, geometric font, the new sign has more of clean, contemporary feel.
Giuseppina and Biagio Suparossa brought their Italian family recipes and flavors to Chicago from Altavilla Milicia, Italy. Their restaurant on the north side has now grown to four restaurants, including a beautifully- decorated banquet hall that reflects their family ancestry. You can visit their website, suparossa.com, to learn more about their history and the different restaurant locations.
We thank Suparossa for choosing us to meet their signage needs!