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“serving up a slice of history”
This steel-paneled Moderne style Signal Gas station opened in Portland, Oregon, in 1939. It’s nearly 40-year run dispensing gas and changing oil lasted until the late 1970s when the station was converted into a florist shop and its entire metal skin covered with plywood siding. In 2002, a new owner removed the plywood and found the metal siding largely intact. The original steel windows were repaired and its neon sign restored. The service bay was converted into a kitchen and service counter and the waiting area into a dining room. Antique gas pumps matching the originals were installed and the building’s original color scheme was restored. This $115,000 Federal Tax Credit project now serves up a slice of history with every slice of pizza!
The pizza is ok. What makes it is the setting and customer service. More of a hype for first time visitors. After that you just got mid pizza, nice staff, and a cute locale. Read more
It's been a while since I dined here. They have a few outdoor seating as well as indoor seating. They serve both slices and whole pies and well as sandwiches. The person working their was very... Read more
Wow.... What a cute place with great pizza this is. It's a converted ole gas station. Not a place with indoor dining but so cute. Lots of picnic tables outside some under cover. Right in the... Read more
Signal Station Pizza
- Sun - Thu: 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
- Fri, Sat: 12:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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