To be honest, this stopped me because I thought it was Zamenhof — turns out to be Polarband. I like the touch of Creamy Script. It’s a great example of why there’s no excuse for using free scripts or recycling familiar styles. Sure, it’s merely two words, but this use adds a hit of originality. Unfortunately, it’s not used on their street sign.
Polarband has three styles, including a Back (solid) style that was used for the small HC. Its boldness (small apertures) most likely prevented it from being used within the banners.
Note the “CANNOLI” inside the store. I think that was written on a chalkboard. Oh, and I can’t yet verify if their delicacies are legit. I’ll report back.