Southern Logos: Reclaimed and Framed

Find us at:

Southern Antiques
(251) 990-7997
100 N Section St, Fairhope, AL 36532
(251) 517-7047
254 S Greeno Rd, Fairhope AL 36532

About Us

Where's Harry

Southern Logo, art/decor celebrating our history and past. We use reclaimed heart pine and beaded board to frame classic logos of former businesses and properties along the Gulf Coast!

Go back in time to some of your favorite places reminding you of great friends, family, and events along the Gulf Coast.

Here are the first 14 of the logos/artwork that will be on sale soon in Fairhope at Southern Antique Mall. There are historic restaurants, bars, buildings, and companies as you remember them and if “every picture tells a story” these tell thousands. Enjoy the memories!


  • 1975: opened Fandango saloon, Mobile Al.
  • 1977: sold Fandango to partner Pete Harrison and moved to Baldwin County.
  • 1977: was first bartender opening night at Judge Roy Beans for Jack West... that location is now under development.
  • 1979: worked at Trinity’s Downtown Mobile under original owners with Randy Johnson and the late Mead Miller.
  • 1980: opened Winslow’s Café in Fairhope... location is now a Yak restaurant.
  • 1985: opened Winslow’s by the Gulf next to the first Margaritaville... location is now a Walgreen’s.
  • 1988: opened Santa Fe Grill with chef Cortlandt Inge... location is now a Fish River Grill
  • 1991: opened Pelican Pointe Grill on Mobile Bay... location was destroyed by Hurricane Ivan... never rebuilt.
  • 1998: lease-purchased the Historic Bluegill on the Causeway.
  • 2005: opened the Beachhouse Grill on the Causeway... location was sold to Tropics bar... Now being leased to La Cocina restaurant.
  • 2010: sold the Bluegill to Cooper Restaurants.
  • 2010: opened Rosie’s Grill in Daphne: location is now Southwood Kitchen
  • 2013: opened the Record Bar next to Rosie’s Grill.
  • 2015: leased purchased Manci’s Antique Club in Daphne with partner John Thompson.
  • 2017: developed Buster’s Brick Oven in Manci’s Antique Club.
  • 2019: developed Southern Logos celebrating our history and past with logos, photos and memorabilia.