Ding How Restaurant Photo Print


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Ding How Restaurant Photography Prints

Amarillo, TX

The well-worn neon sign outside the defunct Ding How Chinese restaurant along Route 66 in Amarillo, Texas. DIng How means “Number One” or “The Best” in Chinese, and it is a common name for Chinese restaurants. The restaurant opened in 1956. It has been closed for many years. Around 2012 the sign was painted over. So if you would like to add a slice of mid-century to your home or business with this Route 66 neon image by photographer Martin Garfinkel just let Roadside Gallery know and we will ship it out for free.