Clearly there is an M and a W. But why? What's up with this?
All the other discoloration suggests there was a wall there before Scotti's. But then, Scotti's has been there for more than 100 years. Did they have a taller building, but shrink it down? The cinderblock front seem out of character with neighboring structures.
And if the MW were part of a sign, where's the rest of it? Why do only those two letters remain?
So many questions.