The neon trend can be spotted around Australia's major cities, like this sign at The Meatball & Wine Bar in Melbourne suburb Collingwood.
In Hamburg, Germany, Basil & Mars hosts a sign that reminds diners, 'This might all be gone tomorrow.'
In New York City's NoHo neighborhood, Broken Coconut pairs an Instagram-worthy interior with healthy fare from breakfast to bowls and salads. A pink neon sign reads, 'Eat Pretty' on palm leaf wallpaper.
The UK's Pieminister declares 'Live & eat pie' at its Nottingham location.
In San Antonio, Texas, The Art of Donut displays a 'Donut Kill My Vibe' sign.
In Las Vegas, Libertine Social at Mandalay Bay showcases a 'stay wild' sign behind the bar.
Los Angeles rotisserie restaurant Fritzi has a takeout window at the Arts District Brewing Company with a sign reminding passersby, 'don't forget to eat'.
New York City's first outdoor sushi bar, Sushi on Jones displays this sage advice over its stall at The Bowery Market.
In Flushing, N.Y., Queens Crossing food hall features a 'ramen calm and curry on' sign to pair with its international fare.
New York City sweets shop Cookie DO proves 'dreams dough come true' with its edible cookie dough that draws lines out the door.
Everything is pink at Alfred Tea Room in Los Angeles, where an overhead sign says it all.
In New York City's East Village, Carma East word plays with its Insta-worthy neon sign.
Check off a stop at Mr. Holmes Bakehouse in San Francisco with a photo here.
In Austin, Texas, Half Step bar tells patrons 'you earned it'.
In New York City's Flatiron neighborhood, Shay & Ivy shares a little inspiration with a 'be yourself' reminder.
Headquarters Beercade, an arcade bar in Chicago, warns 'Don't grow up it's a trap' above its vintage games.
STK's Denver and Miami locations both challenge guests, "Dare to be", with signs designed by iCrave.
STK Denver opened in January with a new assuring neon sign.
In New York City, Sweets by CHLOE. highlights its picture-perfect baked goods with a sign saying, 'you batter believe it!'
Wolfgang Puck's first New York City restaurant, CUT, features a 'move me' sign in pink neon among the modern art in the main dining room.
In New York City, The Garret East lifts spirits with an illuminated 'no bad days' sign.
At New York City's Dream Midtown hotel, rooftop bar PHD Terrace displays an 'it was all a dream' sign.
In New York City, Tijuana Picnic jokes with what we'll consider a warning sign above the stairwell.
New York City's new fast casual eatery, Two forks, shares its slow food mantra in lights.
New York City's Asellina touts 'Happiness dwells here' in its bar and lounge area.
New York City's Tavo restaurant has a pink and playful 'this never happened' sign.
In Chicago, The Hampton Social sports a pink 'Rose all day' sign above its bright patio room.
Atlanta's new French brasserie Bread & Butterfly thanks diners, or perhaps reminds them to say thank you, with a sign that says, 'Merci'.
In New York's Alphabet City, Ciao for Now's homey decor includes upbeat sayings on neon signs throughout the cafe.
In Cleveland, chef Michael Symon's barbecue restaurant, Mabel's BBQ, encourages diners to 'eat more meat'.
In New York City, PS Kitchen displays a pink 'Ready or Not' sign in its dining room, where all profits are donated to charitable work.
In New York City, Zadie's Oyster Room displays some straightforward advice in the window.
In L.A., Carrera Cafe welcomes guests with a 'Ciao Bella' sign. Check out unique drinks like H2rOse and house brewed CBD Lattes.
In New York City, the Dream Hotel's basement bar, Electric Room, has a purple neon sign that says, 'all evil things'.
In Austin, Texas, Josephine House creatively displays its sign on a corner of the property.
In Harlem, Marcus Samuelsson's Streetbird is full of vintage decor, including neon lights in every direction.
New York City's nearest food hall to Times Square, City Kitchen leads diners upstairs from the entrance with this 'kitchen's open' sign.
In D.C., The Coffee Bar's chic sign is bound to brighten up your day.
In Nashville, Pinewood Social's neon name shines above the bowling lanes behind the dining room.
Shake Shack's neon burger is becoming an icon as the chain opens across America. This one's at MGM National Harbor just outside D.C.
Momofuku's neon peach is perhaps as recognizable (pictured here in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas), representing the meaning behind the restaurant's name, which is 'lucky peach'.
Momofuku's dessert partner, milk bar, draws its cult following in with a neon 'milk' sign at all of its locations (pictured here in CityCenterDC).
In New York City, April Bloomfield's John Dory Oyster Bar illuminates the shape of an oyster in neon lights.
In Harlem, Ginny's Supper Club's trademark sign leads guests from Red Rooster into the live music venue downstairs.
You'll raise a glass to Pearl's bright island vibe in Brooklyn.
In Madison, Wis., Sujeo lures lovers of Asian fare in with a 'noodle bar' sign.
5 Napkin Burger in New York City highlights its priorities on a neon wall sign.
Any traveler can recognize the neon signs at Seattle's Pike Place Market. They're photographed in all kinds of weather and have become a symbol of the city.