Restaurant Menu from early 1960s with illustration of Slauson Ave location Wich Stand was a 1950s style coffee shop restaurant and diner in Los Angeles, California featuring a tilting blue roof and , designed by renowned architect Eldon Davis. The Wich Stand had two locations within Los Angeles. One of the building still exists and is located at the intersection of Slauson Avenue and Overhill Drive in View Park-Windsor Hills, an unincorporated affluent neighborhood of Los Angeles County near City of Inglewood that is encircled. It was also known for its dart neon sign. A food critic said its "plunging dart of a sign keeps it from spinning off into space," and it is a surviving preserved examples of Googie architecture, according to the Los Angeles Times. The other was located within City of Los Angeles proper at Figueroa and Florence (as listed on menu and matchbook cover).
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