A Sign of Change at Shagga

Hyattsville’s Shagga Coffee & Restaurant now boasts a new sign, which goes along nicely with all the recent development and renovation down the street in the Arts District.

The Ethiopian restaurant was the only eatery in Prince George’s County to make the 2013 Washington Post’s list of “40 dishes Washingtonians shouldn’t live without” for its vegetarian combination.

In the past few years, it’s also been a regular on Washingtonian magazine’s list of “Cheap Eats.”

Update: As Chris Currie points out in the comments, the new sign is by Hyattsville designer John Snogren.

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2 Responses to A Sign of Change at Shagga

  1. Chris Currie says:

    Credit Hyattsville designer John Snogren for the snazzy new logo. In the past several years, he’s also done logos for the City of Hyattsville and St. Jerome Academy, among other graphic and web design projects. See http://snogren.com for more of his local strategic-marketing portfolio …

  2. John Essex says:

    It’s a good start, but they need to remove the tacky sign just below this one with their phone number. Too many signs, Shagga!

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