"Fine Diner may be located in the same strip center that's home to Funky Chicken, but the two restaurants look and feel very different from each other. Fine Diner makes extensive use of wood — on the tables, walls and a chandelier hanging from the ceiling — to create an upscale atmosphere. Exposed brick, subway title and Edison bulbs — those staples of current trends in restaurant design — are all used to good effect here."
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"The Vibe: Upscale but down-home. Seating is at either one of the large fabric-covered booths with bench-like wooden tables made of 100-year-old oak tree planks, or at a four-top with accompanying chairs of buttery leather and wicker. An eye-catching chandelier near the entry is made from the root of an oak tree, lacquered and adorned with lights, but it's quickly upstaged by the bright glow of Edison lights. The exposed-filament bulbs with theatrical flare can be found in a large, centrally located marquee emblazoned with the word, “Fine.” These dazzling lights also illuminate bathroom signs, “M” and “W,” and hang high above the long, open bar, giving it an energetic buzz."
BFD & Funky Chicken may be located in the same shopping center, but they have two very different looks and feel. With BFD, you have a very comfy but elegant home dinning experience, while with Funky Chicken, the name speaks for it's self. On the go? Not a problem for its fast functioning kitchen. With its on the go or stay in and enjoy, Funky Chicken has it going on!