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Very beautiful line in the letters of this sign!Léia
That must be in an interesting part of town. A hangout for you?
I understand a Broadway play being a smash hit, but when used as the name of a nightclub, perhaps it means that this a place to get smashed.
Great name for club. I just watched a brand new TV show also titled "Smash".
Had to laugh at Dave's comment; haven't heard that expression in years. The entrance looks pretty bright,...garish even? Doesn't appeal to me as a place to hang out. Any music? What kind?
Love it Jack.
Undoubtedly the ideal place to get "smashed"!!! Fun one for the day, Jack! Thanks for starting my day with a giggle and spewed coffee!!! Have a great day!Sylvia
Time for a walk on the 'wild' side hey Jack! Good on you! Shouldn't it be Smash and Grab!!
That name sounds like asking for trouble, I'd say!
Oh crikey, that reminds me of my far away youth and reading "smash hits" magazine! Isn't that smashing? :-)So, do you go clubbing?
Love the red and white colors but I also like how the lines in the sign seem to match those of the fire alarm.
Love the font!
Great name for a theatre, but a night club it must signify the state you leave after a night inside.
Love the bright red and the name. I'd be tempted to check it out!
Looks like in interesting spot.
Love it. The color and composition fit the name
Regular haunt, Jack?
I don't know if I would go inside. Don't feel like getting smashed!***Bises et à bientôt Jack****
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